LG officially announces the LG V20, set for a September release
On Monday, LG officially announced via a press statement that they would be launching their sequel to the LG V10 device, the V20, sometimes in September. Good news following the rumors on whether the sequel would be called a V11 or V20, isn’t it?
Although they have not given much insight into what to expect from this device, they did let it slide that it would be running the upcoming version of the Android platform, the Nougat 7.0. According to LG, this device would come with a standard for premium smartphones, meaning we could be looking at a flagship or very high end device.
Last month, we brought to you news circulating on the rumor mill that there is every possibility of the device having dual front facing cameras and being built with military grade specs, helping it better against drops and other shocks.
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