The LG V10 isn’t the company’s flagship, but it sure is selling well in the US. LG is now reporting that within the first 45 days since the launch of the V10 in the US, 450,000 units have been sold. That puts it at an average of 10,000 units sold each and every day since launch, which is quite a feat for a phone that’s not a flagship.

The V10′s success is reportedly aided by growing demand for larger smartphone displays, particularly from younger users. The V10 makes it incredibly easy to capture and share photos and videos, making it very popular among younger generations that actively use social media. LG also says that the V10 has seen success with white collar workers in urban cities.

For some more info from LG on the success of the V10, follow the source link below.

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