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LG V20 Smartphone with Android 7.0 Nougat to Launch at IFA 2016

The latest leaks from the leakster, Evan Blass renders the handset V20 from LG that will sport an always-on secondary display that we have seen on the LG X Screen. Supposedly to be the successor the LG V10, this device is going to be unveiled later this year on September 6th as the tech giant has already mentioned the same. From the leaked image, we can see there isn’t much of bezel on the sides, and also there are on-screen touch buttons that will be saving the space on the bottom also. Many might be eagerly waiting for this device as it will be coming with the dual camera set up on the rear as well as on the front side making a total count of four cameras.

LG-V20 leaks

This smartphone will come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, while it is also expected to showcase with a 2K display and Snapdragon 820 chipset. There is nothing much to discuss the specs as the company has not unveiled it but it can be having a leather cover as we have seen on the V10. Apart from the front side of the device, we do not have any other images or information of this handset that rather looks clutter free with well-organized applications on the home screen.

Coming to the secondary screen, it will be placed on the top of the screen which will be in always on-mode. This screen will be showing up all the notifications, and the user can also assign the required applications to get a quick and easier access. This secondary screen will be similar to what we have seen on the LG X Screen that was launched a few days earlier which couldn’t catch much attention in the market. We might expect few more updates on this device and will also be the latest addition to the V series. We will be updating all the information on this device once they come out officially, so until then stay tune for more details.

Source: Evan Blass via PhoneRadar

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