LG’s second flagship launched in 2015 LG V10 was an interesting phablet as the phone carried some remarkable specs compared to the company’s flagship, LG G4. Besides being famous for its secondary ticker display which was featured on its main panel the device also had a wonderful build, great specs and left an overall good imprint on its users and those who reviewed it. LG is all set to launch LG V20 on 6 September 2016 which will be built on Android 7.0 Nougat; this has left the masses gaping.
The phone is due to be launched in San Francisco and there are already some leaked specs which are being talked about.
The specs of LG V20 were first spoken about in South Korea on 1 August 2016. According to the leak, the LG V20 phablet will carry a 5.7’ QHD panel with 2560 x 1440 pixels, just like its predecessor with a 4GB RAM and a secondary display just like the LG V10. The phablet will be fuelled by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core SoC and the graphic processing will be done by Adreno 530 GPU.
There will be an impressive 20-megapixel camera placed at the back of the LG V20 and for all the selfie lovers there will be two camera’s in the front and according to the leak both cameras would be 8 megapixels each. With the out of box Android 7.0 Nougat, LG has confirmed that the latest version will be made available which is LG’s custom UI.
LG V20 Will Look Similar to Its Predecessor LG V10
Unlike the LG G5 which carried a completely different build, the LG V20 will look similar to its predecessor LG V10. Sources claim that these leaks are from credible sources but we are yet to wait till LG finally lets out the LG V20 for sale.