Owning bragging rights as the first smartphone to feature Android 7.0 Nougat, the LG V20 is landing on the Sprint Network in the U.S. this Fall. As Phone Arena reports, the new smartphone will start rolling out to Sprint retail stores on October 28. Early bird customers will be able to pre-order the device seven days earlier on October 21. Sprint made no mention of pricing details for the LG V20, but AT&T is selling it for $27.67 a month for 30 months which comes out to $830. Sprint is offering a sweet deal for the new Android phone from LG and is throwing in a free pair of Bang and Olufsen headphones, which normally cost $150 smackers. Customers who trade in their will receive a credit of up to $200 on their phone bill. This deal is for a limited time only so future LG V20 owners need to act fast. Release date news about the Sprint LG V20 follows previous announcements that the high-end phone would be landing on T-Mobile and AT&T this month as well.

Shipping Android 7.0 Nougat ship on the LG V20, it’s the first of its kind to run Google’s new software update fresh from the factory. This follow-up device to the LG V10 will also be the first Android Nougat device to land on Sprint network. Sporting a 5.7-inch 1440 x 2560 Quad HD display, this large smartphone falls into the “phablet” category. It’s packed with all of the key hardware components you’d expect to see in a phone of its caliber including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, an Adreno 530 GPU and 4GB of RAM. Shooters on board include a dual 16MP main camera on the back, complemented by a 5MP selfie capturer on the front bezel. There are two variants of the LG V20 phone, a 32GB model and a 64GB model with an expandable microSD slot to fit up to 256GB of more wiggle room for your files.  Under the hood is a 3200 mAh battery to get you through all of your mobile computing tasks when you’re on the move. Pricing information for the LG V20 should become available as we move closer to its official preorder kick off date.