The LG V10 which was unveiled last year wasn’t made available in India, and hence, Indian LG fans who couldn’t buy the V10 due to its unavailability will be able to buy the V20 once it arrives in India.
“I just few days ago [sic] made the decision to launch V20 [in India]” told Mr. Kim Ki-Wan, LG India’s Managing Director to Gadgets 360. He further said that LG plans to bring the V20 in India within a month.
Last week we saw render and live image of the V20 which surfaced online. The V20 will be the world’s first smartphone to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and also the first smartphone that will come with 32-bit Quad DAC. LG has also partnered with B&O Play to provide the best audio experience to the V20 users.
While there’s no information about the specifications of V20 as of yet, it will carry the secondary ticker display that was present on its predecessor. Being a flagship device, we expect it to be powered by Snapdragon 820/821 SoC along with 4 GB RAM.