The LG V10 smartphone has been a bit of a mystery, and it seems to be coming to an end.
LG has confirmed to TechRadar that the LG G4 smartphone is no longer being offered in Canada and will not be available in the U.S. for the foreseeable future.
The LG G5 smartphone has also been removed from its US website, and will be unavailable for purchase for the next two weeks.
The LG G6 smartphone was also removed from the US website and will no longer be available for purchase.
The company says it has taken steps to ensure it is secure, and customers can return to their pre-purchased devices at no cost.LG says that all LG G devices will be replaced by the LG Nexus 5 smartphone.
This is expected to happen in the coming weeks, although there are no further details about the phone at this time.
The company also said that all the LG smartphone accessories will be made available in Canada starting on February 6.
The following products are currently available:The LG V30 smartphone is now available for pre-order in Canada.
LG says that the V30 will offer more battery life, and offers a more flexible camera module for selfies.
It will be priced at $549 CAD.
The next LG V phone is expected in the first quarter of 2019.
LG will sell the LG L30 smartphone for $699 CAD.
This is the first time that a smartphone has officially been removed since the V10’s launch in June 2017.