This is LG’s latest flagship smartphone, and the first look at it shows that the company did not compromise on quality and neither did it compromise on features. The new smartphone was unveiled on Tuesday evening at an event in San Francisco and it comes as a worthy successor to last year’s LG V10.
The smartphone will be coming with Android 7.0 Nougat, which makes it the first device to feature Google’s latest operating system. The LG V20 comes with a dual-camera system and a second display at the top, this second display is now brighter with bigger font, which means you get more clarity and ease of use. The main rear camera is 16MP while the second camera has been clocked at 8MP. The front camera has been clocked at 5MP, which should give us cool selfie shots, even though it’s not what many expect.
It’s interesting to note that the LG V20 will be coming with the same headphone jack that many smartphone makers are trying to expel; in addition, it features some audiophile-grade features that some of us who love lossless file formats and expensive headphones will find handy.