Verizon customers will be able to get their hands on LG’s new dual camera lens G5 smartphone – along with all its accessories – this spring, the carrier announced Sunday.
AT&T is also planning to carry the device, but did not specify when it will become available.
Likewise, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular have said they will also carry the device but have not released availability details.
None of the carriers have released pricing details.
The G5, the first device released under LG’s new mobile chief Cho Juno, includes a 2,800 mAh slide-out battery that allows users to quickly swap in a fresh charge and a dual lens rear camera capable of taking 135-degree wide-angle shots.
The phone comes equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 processor running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a 16 mp main camera, 8 mp wide camera and 8 mp front camera, 32 GB of memory expandable up to 2 TB and 5.3-inch always-on display.
The device will come in a metal unibody shell available in silver, titan, gold and pink.
The G5 will be offered alongside a selection of companion devices – dubbed LG Friends – that will enhance the phone’s features. The collection includes the LG CAM Plus camera attachment, LG Hi-Fi Plus with B&O PLAY audio system, LG 360 VR, LG 360 CAM, LG Rolling Bot and LG Smart Controller for drones.