With the Korean price point set at the equivalent of US$680, we've a ballpark idea of how much it will retail for when it does make it Stateside. Exact cost will all be revealed in good time, but with T-Mo's CEO John Legere often keen to disrupt the 'duopoly' as he describes AT&T and Verizon, expect aggressive pricing and audacious strategies from T-Mobile once the V12 does begin to appear.
As a refresher, the handset is a powerful customer, including a Snapdragon 808 SoC, 4 GB of RAM and 16 GB of expandable storage. The 5.7-inch quad-HD display offers a resolution of 1440 x 2560, while a 3000 mAh battery ensures all of these features can continue ticking over. With a secondary display and two front-facing cameras, LG is proudly throwing its hat into the ring as a leader in 'groufie' technology -- since that's apparently becoming a Thing now.
If you'd like take a closer look at the new V10, then be sure to check out our hands-on coverage.