T-Mobile is debuting the LG's V20, the spec beast, on October 28.

America's third-biggest carrier is set to sell one of the biggest phones of the year, the LG V20, starting on October 28.

Every purchase, for a limited time, comes with a pair of B&O BeoPlay H3 headphones, which at a retail cost of $149 is a nice bonus, but the big takeaway here is that we finally have a date for when this phone is going to be sold.

Alongside the phone itself, T-Mobile is also confirming that the V20 will support Band 66, which is needed for the carrier's nascent AWS-3 network. Android Central previously reported that the V20 would be the first to support Wind Mobile's upcoming AWS3-based LTE network in Canada, and now we know why: the phone was always intended to run on T-Mobile's rollout of the same.

Aside from new networking technology, the V20 has all you'd expect from a high-end phone, including Android 7.0 Nougat: a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, 64GB storage, and an intriguing dual camera setup that has a "normal" 16MP sensor with a f/1.8 lens and a second 8MP sensor with a wide-angle f/2.4 lens. It's also got some serious manual camera controls for video buffs, and a 32-bit Quad DAC to make music sound great. Finally, a 3,200mAh removable battery and microSD expansion cement it as an enthusiast's dream phone.

There's no word on pricing right now, but we'd expect the V20 to come in around $650 on T-Mobile and other carriers when arrives later this month.

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