Those of you who've been waiting with bated breath to get your hands on LG's dual-screen phone won't have to wait much longer. Both AT&T and T-Mobile will be carrying the V10, and both of them will have it available for purchase later this week. AT&T customers can buy the phone starting tomorrow, though it won't actually ship or be available in stores until November 6th (next Friday). T-Mobile customers can buy one on Wednesday, October 28th, but it won't be in stores until Friday.

AT&T will sell you a Space Black or Opal Blue phone for $699.99, or $249.99 with a two-year contract. The usual payment plans are available. T-Mobile only wants $599.99 either up front or in installments. Buyers on both carriers (and on Verizon when the phone gets a solid launch date there) qualify for an impressive package deal from LG: a free 200GB MicroSD card, a free spare battery, and a free battery charging cradle. Considering that a 200GB MicroSD card costs about $200 in the current market rate, that's an incredible package. Customers need to buy a V10 before November 15th in order to be eligible, and you need to submit your proof of purchase to (which isn't actually up yet) before November 30th to get your free stuff.

The V10 uses a 5.7-inch Quad HD primary screen, and the secondary screen is 2.1 inches diagonally with a resolution of 160x1040 (the same density). It's used as a notification area when the screen is off and a sort of permanent shortcut area when it's on, plus a few other tricks with LG's custom version of Android 5.1.1. Inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 with 4GB of RAM, an impressive 64GB of storage plus MicroSD card slot, a removable 3000mAh battery, a standard 16MP camera on the rear and a 5MP "dual-lens" camera on the front for standard and wide-angle shots. Check out Liam's hands-on post from the launch event here.