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Internationally unveiled around a month ago under the K8 (2018) name, the LG Zone 4 is now up for grabs with Verizon prepaid plans for just $114.99.
The 2018 editions of the low to mid-end LG K10 and K8 smartphones don't seem very special at a first glance, but if priced aggressively enough, they could definitely sell well.
The Lenovo K8 will actually get it in June. The K8 Note and K8 Plus will get the later update. Android Oreo will take its time, unlike at Moto.
One man's misfortune is another one's gain, and while LG V10 and G4 users stateside still need to wait for Nougat, LG K8 V owners can rejoice.
Previously released by MetroPCS and T-Mobile as the LG Aristo, the low to mid-end, Android 7.0-powered LG K8 2017 costs just $50 at US Cellular.
LG brought a wide range of low-cost Android phones to CES 2017 instead of just one flagship model, with the Stylo 3 the most interesting of the bunch.
The LG Stylus 3 is the company's most interesting non-flagship product headed for CES 2017, with a quartet of new K-series phones also unveiled early.
The LG K8 V is one of Verizon's cheapest postpaid phones pre-installed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, at $144 or less than $4 a month.
More of the mid-range comes back for a bite at the market with LG's new K5 and K8 smartphones.
The LG K8 is the fourth entry in the relatively new K smartphone family to have its specifications detailed in full ahead of a European launch.
They'll all be making their ways across the world to help class up the low-end smartphone market.