LG isn't doing well after the failure of their flagship G5. Now, the company is betting on the V20 to make a turn around.
The LG V20 will be the successor of the V10 and will be the first phone to run Android Nougat out of the box when its launched on September 6th. Over the last few days several renders of the V20 have surfaced online.
The new camera-centric smartphone from LG is expected to come with dual cameras, similar to the G5. A hybrid focusing system making use of phase detection and laser autofocus is also expected. It will also come with a 32-bit onboard DAC for the best audio experience. The company has partnered with B&O for enhancing the audio experience on the V20. The leaked case renders for the smartphone also show a back mounted fingerprint sensor which would double up as the power button. You can also see the volume rocker on the left and what seems like a dedicated camera shutter key on the right. Another thing to notice is the secondary display making a comeback here.
Although there is no confirmation on specs, we expect the LG V20 to run on the Snapdragon 820/821 quad-core processor with 6GB RAM, 5.7-inch Quad-HD display. The LG V10 was lauded for its excellent camera, manual controls in video recording and audio quality, LG would like to up the game with its newer offering.
As we get closer to the release date, we may see the phone showing up on benchmarks which would reveal some more specs. Till then, stay tuned.