LG’s V10 is selling well in the U.S.
In 2015, LG released two flagships to maintain consumer interest in the brand; however, little space was left between them. The V10 followed the G4 in a release that came less than six months later. There were many analysts that felt the V10, which is a bit pricy, would have no place in the market. And the handset actually got off to a poor start in LG’s homeland of South Korea. But the same cannot be said for the V10 in the United States as LG has revealed its sales of the handset in the United States.
LG is proud to announced that 450,000 units of the V10 were sold in the handset’s first 45 days of availability. What attributed to the strong start in sales for the V10, according to the company, were interest in larger phones and an active young customer base. Nearly 40% of V10 owners in the United States are 25-34 years old, indicating that the commercial featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt is working with decent effectiveness.
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