LG V20 Leaks And Rumors: Android Phone To Keep Dual Screen Design

By Rodney Rafols , Aug 25, 2016 03:00 AM EDT

The LG V20 is all set to come out in early September, although people still don't know how it will look like. However, reliable leakster Evan Blass has shown what the new flagship from LG would look like. As with any other leak, what has come out might not exactly be how the smartphone might look like.

Evan Blass has posted the possible look of the LG V20 via Twitter, as reported by The Verge. It has been noted that the new LG V20 has little bloatware, which is welcomed by those who have encountered unnecessary apps in their smartphones. This lack of bloatware would mean that the LG V20 should run faster. In addition, those who buy the phone could add in more apps due to the decreased bloatware.

What could be noted about the LG V20 is the second screen feature which first came out from the LG V10 last year. A dual screen makes the LG V20 stand out from the other smarphones now out on the market, as LG is the only manufacturer to include the feature into their phone design.

GSM Arena notes that the LG V20 would be the very first smartphone to have Android Nougat out of the box, which should then be an added bonus for those who are interested in it. The LG V20 has some notable specs as well. It will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB RAM and a 5.7-inch QHD screen.

Droid Life also notes that the LG V20 will have dual rear cameras. It will have laser autofocus and dual LED flash. The new LG flagship smartphone is said to be coming out on September 6. Its launch will be held at an event in San Francisco, California. Meanwhile, pricing for the LG V20 has yet to be revealed.

iTechPost has a good article about how the new Android Nougat would fare against the iOs 10 to give people an idea on how both smartphone operating systems stack up.

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