LG V10 was unveiled over a month ago and in truth, this phone is one of the best among this year’s Android smartphone releases.

As it seems, many Americans agree with this statement.

In a new report released by The Korea Herald, the new LG V10 has sold more than 450,000 units in the United States I  a period of about 45 days since it was released. In short, what LG is trying to say is that it averages about 10,000 units of the V10 on a single day, a feat that is with no doubt impressive to achieve.

LG V10 is loved by the younger generation

According to the stats revealed, it seems the new phone is very popular among the younger generation. LG says that up to 37% of the total buyers were from the age group 25 to 34 years. But what could be driving this young generation to this phone?

One thing that is likely to be a driving factor for this huge demand of the LG V10 among young people is the increased consumption of video content, something that the new LG phone is arguably the best at as of now. The V10 has an easy way of creating top-end video content and in fact, it is the first smartphone that comes with support for manual video recording mode.

Other than these, the LG V10 comes with a 5.7 inch IPS Quantum Display screen that manages a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels as well as another secondary display of 2.1 inches in size, which can be used for other things such as app shortcuts and much more. Other than gamble with the reportedly troubled Snapdragon 810 that most 2015 smartphone flagships went for, LG chose to stick with an older SoC in the shape of Snapdragon 808 in all of its 2015 flagships, including the LG G4.

Behind the perfectly performing Qualcomm processor is a RAM of 4GB and 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded using a microSD card of up to 2TB. The V10 features one of the best rear cameras of 2015 smartphones, sporting a 16MP lens with f/1.8 aperture, OIS, Laser autofocus, LED flash, Face Detection, Dual Camera Record, and more. As previously noted, the camera also brings the Manual Mode that hands users more granular control when recording videos.