Update: Verizon Wireless announced that its LG V10 sales start today. Check out the Verizon source link.

LG has all the right boxes in all the right places. They just have to go out. Jumping off the verge of some very poor smartphone numbers at the company, the Korean manufacturer sent off its Nexus baby to Google. Now, it’s watching the sales kick-off of the LG V10.

At AT&T’s site, it’s being billed as a “productivity phone,” an attempt to play up the secondary display at top. Both T-Mobile and Verizon are giving the camera experience first mentions in their blurbs. Every carrier has placed the phone at the bottom of their search results for devices. On Verizon, it’s competing with the Droid series phones.

Brick-and-mortar in the United States, T-Mobile will be first to carry the device in stores starting today. AT&T has committed to in-store stock by November 6.

However it’s being sold in the US, other retailers in China and Hong Kong also have leaflets up right now. Expansion to other global markets in all six major continents will take place over Q4.

Buy: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon
Source: LG, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon
Via: Android Central

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