LG V20 with Four Cameras & Android 7.0 Nougat to Launch at IFA 2016
LG appears to disagree with feedback from V10 smartphone users, as it is supposedly bringing back the second screen to the V20 smartphone. The new leaked render posted by leakster, Evan Blass (Evleaks) suggests that apparently, the new LG handset would sport a separate, always-on display, which would be sitting on top of the main smartphone screen.
The South Korean giant recently notified the media that they would be unveiling their latest upgrade in V Series, i.e. V20 smartphone on September 6th. The image leaked showcases that device would have rather a dreary looking design. From the looks of the screen, there won’t be unnecessary bloatware, as well as the home screen looks uncluttered avoiding any duplicate apps.
Since, there is just one image that shows the front part of the device, any information about rear side aesthetics is not available for now. Though, most probably the V20 would sport the similar leather cover design found on V10. As far as the secondary display concept is concerned, which was introduced by the company last year. The brand seems to be quite confident about it this year again, despite divergent feedback from smartphone community.
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We notice an In Apps icon on the home screen; we are not sure what it could be, although, it is believed to have something to do with Nougat as V20 is touted to be the first device to launch out-of-the-box with the latest Android OS. There are not much known about the specifications of the device, but it will supposedly come with a 2K display and a Snapdragon 820 chipset. Moreover, expect a dual camera setup on the lines on LG G5, which garnered much attention from camera enthusiasts. Reportedly, there would be dual front cameras as well, thus, amounting to total four cameras on the V20, which is insane.
With company’s obsession of secondary screen, the Indian market saw the launch of LG X Screen in the month of July this year. Though, mid-range priced X Screen handset didn’t pick up much attention among the smartphone consumers in the country. As far as the V series is concerned, V10 haven’t been announced in India. So, we don’t expect LG to change mind for their V20 handset that is schooled for IFA week launch in Berlin. Stay Tuned for more update on the LG’s latest device.