The LG V20 will finally make its debut in the United States soon. T-Mobile will begin offering the phone on Oct. 28, while AT&T will begin accepting pre-orders tomorrow, Oct. 7. AT&T did not provide an actual release date.

The LG V20 comes at a particularly good time. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been tied up in recalls. Worse, just yesterday a new “safe” Galaxy Note 7 caught fire aboard a Southwest Airlines flight. Google’s Pixel phones are appealing but are only available on Verizon or unlocked. For many of us, the LG V20 may be the Android flagship we’re looking for, complete with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

I’m particularly excited about this launch, since I’m in the batch of folks whose now too worried to power on my Galaxy Note 7. I have an iPhone 7 Plus, sure, but I’m on the hunt for a new (and safe) Android flagship with expandable storage.

AT&T will sell the phone for $27.67 per month on AT&T Next, or $34.59 per month on AT&T Next Every Year. T-Mobile did not provide pricing.