LG’s mobile business didn’t get the boost that it might have been hoping for with this year’s flagship handset and the company is now looking forward to the successor of its V10 to turn things around. LG has already confirmed that it’s going to unveil the V20 next month but it’s yet to show the device. Several purported renders of the LG V20 have been leaked online today and show off the device in all its glory.
Much has already been rumored about the LG V20. The only detail officially confirmed so far is that this is going to be the first handset powered by Android 7.0 Nougat straight out of the box and that it’s going to be announced on September 6th in San Francisco.
Many believe that the modular push that LG tried making with the G5 didn’t take off and while it’s unclear whether it will try to repeat that with the V20, the renders do appear to have what looks like a module release button and a bottom lip similar to what we’ve already seen on the G5. The V10’s defining feature, the secondary ticker display on top of the main display, appears to have been retained in the V20.
There isn’t much information available on the specifications of the LG V20 but considering that it’s a flagship handset, it may be powered by the Snapdragon 821 processor with 4GB RAM, have a 5+ inch Quad HD display as well as a USB Type-C port.