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We are just a few days away from the unveiling of the world’s first phone to run on Android 7.0 Nougat, the V20. LG has confirmed a few weeks ago that the smartphone will ship with the Nougat right out of the box, and users can get their hands on the device by September 29.

We tried to snoop around to learn more about the phone and got a hint from Trusted Reviews that the LG V20 comes with several killer specs. Yes, the Korean smartphone brand probably has something better to offer than Samsung’s exploding Galaxy 7.



Building upon the successes of its last year’s V10 while making sure to ditch the less popular features, the V20 boasts of a 5.7-in QHD display and plenty of power, thanks to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB RAM.

It also features a dual-lens with wide angle flair for its camera, offering high definition 16 megapixel pictures with optical image stabilization. This, at the same time, while allowing you to capture a wider fled view with its additional 8-megapixel wide-angle lens.

The front camera is not to be ignored either. It offers a 5-megapixel wide shooting and comes with an Auto Shot feature that automatically snaps a photo if it catches you smiling for a selfie. That mean’s you don’t have to press a button for all your selfies!

Unlike some of its predecessors, the V20 comes with a removable 3,200mAh battery, thanks to its unique flip-up mechanism on the rear. The phone also features Qualcomm’s USB Type C, a Quick Charge 3.0 technology secured with a finger print sensor, just like the V10.

The V20 will be released on the eve of Apple’s unveiling of its next iPhone, so it’s gonna be a hella of competition. But if you are looking for a large Android 7.0 Nougat phone with good features and a name brand, the V20 could be an option.

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