Oct 08, 2016 11:55 AM EDT

'LG V20' Release Date, News & Update: Specs, Design Make Device Outstanding Year-on-Year Improvements Of 2016

By Leah

LG V20 is set to rock the mobile world as it enters the market on the third quarter of October. The said release date was announced on the Oct. 7 launch event held in San Francisco.

The LG V20 launch event featured the unveiling of the specifications, design and LG's year-to-year improvement. LG also conducted the pre-order process for their latest innovation which will be delivered in the third week of October.

Among all its special features, LG V20 boasts most about its state of the art camera designed to eliminate the usage of selfie-stick. Its dual Android camera can capture wider angles as its back camera can cover up to 135 degrees of view. Its 5-megapixel front camera can capture widescreen coverage of photos and videos. What's interesting is that a picture can also be taken while the video recording is going on.

Along with its amazing features, LG V20 also features its high quality and beautifully durable body materials. South Korean company reveals that this most recent innovation is made from silicon-based, aircraft-grade aluminum materials to make it stronger than the iPhone models.

Major carriers are expected to make a way for LG V20 which will come in Titan and Silver available for the public. Some of these carriers include T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint as well as the UH Cellular and B & H photo, The Tech Radar reported.

LG V20 is the only one non-Nexus phone to have an automatic Android-Nougat update. It is powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor. It can support up to 192kHz/24bit audio and its video stream up to 600Mbps.

LG V20 will be sold at a remarkable price of $830. This sets a challenge for other brands to come up with this equally competitive innovation, The Android Central reported.

This video shows some of the amazing features of the LG V20.

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