Render and live image of LG V20 leaked online
Render and live image of LG V20 which is going to be unveiled on September 6 has surfaced online. V20 will be a successor to the V10 and will be the first smartphone that will run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
This is not the first time that a render of V20 has been leaked though, however, this time, the render has been leaked by famous and reliable leakster Evan Blass. As always, he leaked the render through his Twitter handle by tweeting “LG V20“. Yes, that’s it, no other details were shared by him.
However, as soon as Evan Blass leaked the image on Twitter, a user replied to his tweet by sharing the above shown image and saying “Here’s a real pic of the V20, not some render.“
Besides being world’s first smartphone to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, the V20 will also be the first smartphone that will come with 32-bit Quad DAC. If that wasn’t enough for audiophiles, LG has also partnered with B&O Play to provide the best audio experience to the V20 users.
Coming back to the render and live image leaked, both the images are similar and confirm the presence of secondary ticker display on the V20. Something which was present on the V10 as well. There’s no information about the specifications of the V20 as of now, but, being a flagship device, we expect it to come with Snapdragon 820/821 SoC under the hood along with 4 GB RAM (6 GB RAM is very unlikely).
We are inching closer to the unveiling of V20, so we are sure that the device will make its appearance on benchmarking websites to reveal its specifications.