LG V20 will be announced in September running Android Nougat

LG V10, predecessor of V20

Image of predecessor V10.

LG Electronics’ V10 was a huge success, and undoubtedly one of the fan-favorite smartphones of 2015. V10 was one of its kind, featuring a dual selfie camera setup, and a second screen functionality. It also featured a built-in Hi-Fi 32-bit DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) for enhanced audio quality.

Fans have been eagerly waiting for the V20, the second generation of LG’s V-series smart phone. Well, the wait is almost over. LG Electronics just revealed that they will be announcing the V20 in September, and that they have been working in collaboration with Google so that it will run the latest version of Android. That’s our hint! V20 will be running Android Nougat, since that will be the latest version of Android by then. LG Electronics MC Business Division President Jojunho also said that the V20 will even have enhanced multimedia capabilities. It will be interesting to see what other features the smartphone brings to the table.

As far as specs go, we can expect the V20 to have a Snapdragon 821 processor, 6 GB of RAM, similar camera specs as the LG G5, and a battery that can easily survive a day of heavy use, as it has become a norm for the standard 2016 flagships.

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