The LG V20 is now just days away from launch, so it’s no surprise that the flow of leaks is still ramping up.
A new render has been leaked online, seemingly confirming a number of design points about the LG V20. The render was obtained and posted online by tech blog Playful Droid, and clearly depicts the phone with a dual-lens camera. That’s supported by several previous leaks, all of which seem to suggest a dual-lens camera will ship with the final model.
It’s worth noting that the dual-lens camera is on the rear of the phone, with a single selfie shooter on the front. That’s in contrast to last year’s LG V10, which feature a dual-camera arrangement on the front of the phone, and a single lens on the back.
(Image credit: Playful Droid)
This leak comes just days before the September 7 unveiling of the iPhone 7, which is also rumoured to feature a dual-lens camera on at least one of the device configurations.
LG is expected to announce the LG V20 on September 6. The handset will reportedly feature:
- 5.5-inch QHD display
- 2.1-inch secondary screen (always-on)
- Snapdragon 820 chip
- Adreno 530 GPU
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB storage
- 256GB microSD slot
- 4,000mAh battery
LG has also confirmed that the LG V20 will feature Bang & Olufsen audio technology. It’s said that this will comprise of bundled B&O earphones, and a built-in 32-bit Quad DAC chip.
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