LG announced some good news, though we have little causation talk going on. While it may not want to step on toes or lunge forward in the midst of tight iPhone 7 inventory and the disappearance of Galaxy Note 7 from the retail scene, the company will take what good news it has in stride.

In its first ten days of sales in the US, the V20 garnered 200,000 purchases — double the performance of the V10.

While both phones are focused on multimedia creation and share hardware and software features, one boosting factor to the V20 may have been expanded retail availability. Sprint didn’t stock the V10 last year, but it did this year. Another point to the V20? Pre-order bundling perks: $150 B&O Play earbuds may have proven a better draw than extra batteries or even a 200GB microSD card did with the V10.

Whatever the case, we’re seeing the phone grow more wings as Hong Kong, Taiwan and maybe even Europe are destined for the device in one form or another.

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