LG is one of those companies that has a lot of smartphone representation in the United States. With the launch of the LG G5 last February, this was expected. Not really expected is the launch of the LG V10, which had a lot of innovation. This is what is known about the next LG V10, which could either be the V11 or V20, as well as the latest news about Android M Version 6.0 Marshmallow and Android N 7.0 Nougat Release Dates for LG G5, G4, G3, G2, G Stylo, and V10 on T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular, and AT&T.
Phone Arena talks about the popularity of the V10 with a small strip-like secondary screen that is always on when the phone is in standby, which is dimly lit and showing the time as well as notifications. There is a similar feature going on with the LG G5, and it could be on the LG V11 (or LG V20).
As for the features, it looks like the LG V20 could have a 5.5 to 5.7 inch display, and it has a secondary screen that is 2.1 inch with a resolution of 160 x 1040. The cameras are 20 MP or 21 MP, and the one on the front is an 8 MP. It is possible that it will have 4000 mAh battery, which makes it good for 320 hours of standby time which can charge via USB-C. There will also be a Snapdragon 820 processor, as well as 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM.
The LG V20 is probably going to be going on September 6, and it could be the very first phone to launch with Android Nougat, according to Tech Radar. That seems unlikely, as generally Google's Nexus series are the first to get it. Considering that Android is owned by Google, it just makes sense that their devices get it first. However, LG has been really been trying to get the latest version of Android to their devices as soon as possible, so it is possible.
So, let's talk about Marshmallow for LG's other devices. A separate report on Tech Radar discusses what has come to Marshmallow, and it is reported that the LG G4, LG G4c, LG G3, and LG V10 have Marshmallow now. The LG G5 has it right out of the box, with LG G Flex 2 possibly getting it. It is expected that the LG Magna and LG Spirit will get the Marshmallow upgrade as well.
The best advice one can give is if you have a newer LG Android device, it would be worth your while to check the "Settings" menu along with the "System Update" to see if the upgrade is available via Over The Air (OTA). It looks like things are progressing very well for LG, and it shouldn't take long before all of the newer devices have Android M on all carriers, assuming that it isn't already.