The major US carrier that didn’t get the LG V10 last year and was rumored not to get the V20 this year has announced pre-orders for said V20.

Sprint will begin the reservation process on October 21 and have sales starting October 28. As with T-Mobile and, as we just learned, AT&T, Sprint is also offering the Bang & Olufsen H3 earphones. It does so through a smartphone trade-in which nets the customer a $200 credit for the LG V20 as well as the buds, valued at $149, for free.

No pricing info just yet, though we have historically seen Sprint and T-Mobile undercut AT&T and Verizon for hardware. The V20 was announced as the first smartphone to have Android Nougat from first boot.

Source: Sprint

 

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