Everybody is awaiting the release of the upcoming LG V20, the first non-Nexus device that will run the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.
Since the LG V20 appears to be the only device that will actually showcase the Android Nougat OS, it’s very possible that the rumored Nexus devices from Google codenamed Marlin and Sailfish will no longer be released in September.
It’s also very possible that Google might have abandoned this project altogether, instead opting to release the update without it being showcased on a brand new device.
As for the LG V20 phablet, it has been recently spotted in a few leaked images online and many believe that it is the real thing because it features the LG logo right under the display. However, the pictures only show the front side of the device and it’s also a bit blurry.
The upcoming LG V20 phablet is believed to sport a primary display and a secondary thicker one, much like the first model in this line, the LG V10. Based on these latest leaked images, it appears that the device will boast an all-metal body and that its rear side will be very similar in design to the rear side of the LG G5. The front side of the device appears to differ from both its predecessor – the LG V10 – and the LG G5.
Other rumors state that the device will feature a 5.7 inch screen and two dual cameras; one will be positioned on the front side and the other one will be positioned on the rear side. It is also believed to be powered by a Snapdragon 820 quad core processor from Qualcomm and that it will come with 4 GB of RAM, plus a huge 4,000 mAh battery.
The official release date for the device, according to LG representatives, is the 6th of September.