The LG V20 will not be coming out to all territories, specifically the UK. At least not soon. LG will likely stagger its release, much like the LG V10's launch last year.
Retailer Clove on its site stated that the LG V20 will not be coming out in the UK. The LG V10 also did not release at once in the UK and this seems to be the same case with the LG V20. While that might be a disappointment for those living in the UK, Clove has said that it will find ways to bring the unit in.
Clove and other retailers will get stocks of the LG V20 through other means. Supplies of the smartphone could come from places where the LG V20 will likely come out. Clove has said that they're not sure yet when they will have the stocks or the price tag for the much-anticipated LG 20, but will advise its customers once stocks have arrived.
GSM Arena notes that one issue in this situation would be warranty since it is not officially sanctioned by LG. However if there is sufficient demand for the smartphone then retailers will have to satisfy that demand, and that would mean bringing in the LG smart phone in some way.
The UK is so far the only territory that has been confirmed that would not have the LG V20. Whether other countries would be in that list is not certain. GSM Arena has said that the new LG phone might not come out in some areas in Europe, though there is no confirmation on that yet.
The LG V20 will be coming with Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box. It has a Snapdragon 820 processor and has 64 GB of internal storage which can be expanded through microSD. It has 4 GB RAM and comes with dual rear cameras.