While we were already expecting it, LG has now officially confirmed the moniker ‘V20’ for the V10 successor. The South Korean company also said that LG V20 will be launched in the month of September this year, which is also inline with reports so far.
It’s worth mentioning that LG – in its Q2 2016 earnings announcement – had confirmed that the phone will be made official sometime this quarter. An exact date, however, has still not been revealed.
Aside from confirming the name and launch month, LG also revealed that the handset will come with Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box – it’ll be one of the first Android N smartphones to hit the market.
As for the phone itself, the company didn’t reveal any of the key specs, but did say that it will “set new standards in the premium phone” category with its “expanded multimedia capabilities.”