The LG V10 was one of the most interesting smartphones last year. This was LG’s second flagship handset of 2015, and it was actually a phablet, its display was 5.7 inches big, well, its main screen that is. The LG V10’s main feature was its secondary ‘ticker’ display which was placed above the regular panel, and many people who liked the V10 are eagerly waiting to see what will LG introduce this year. This Korea-based company had confirmed a while back that the LG V20 will be announced on September 6th in San Francisco, and that the device will ship with Android 7.0 Nougat, the newest version of Google’s operating system.
That being said, a user agent listing has surfaced, and it re-confirms that the LG V20 will ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. You can see the listing down below, it shows the model number LG-H910, which is most certainly LG V20 because the V10 carried the LG-H900 model number at AT&T and LG-H901 at T-Mobile. The LG V20 is expected to improve LG’s sales this year, because the company is really not doing all that well. The company’s LG G5 flagship hasn’t been selling all that well, and the rest of their lineup is not doing great as well, at least not according to Kantar’s latest quarterly report.
The alleged LG V20 actually surfaced quite recently, and based on that leak, its back side will actually resemble the one on the LG G5, and the device itself does not resemble its predecessor at all. Now, depending on whether you liked G5’s design or not, you may love or hate the design of the recently leaked V20 handset. Keep in mind that nothing is official yet, so it is possible that the LG V20 will resemble its predecessor after all. The device is expected to ship with a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, 4GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 820 SoC. It will sport a secondary display, just like its predecessor, and the 21-megapixel camera has also been mentioned in a recent leak. Nothing is official yet, but it seems like the LG V20 will be a very powerful device, and we do hope LG will come through with its design as well.
Source : www.androidheadlines.com