LG is launching the world’s first Android Nougat smartphone on September 6th

There will be a lot of interesting stuff in the mobile market happening next week. We have previously told you about Apple’s plans to unveil the iPhone 7 during this same week.  The company already has sent out media invitations for the event scheduled for Wednesday, September 7.

It now looks like Apple will not be the only company unveiling a new phone in the Market. LG will also be releasing the successor of its second flagship phone of 2015, the V10 on September 6th. The new phone is known as the V20, and it will be the first handset to launch with Android 7.0, otherwise known as Android Nougat.

So what interesting specs should we expect the LG V20 to come with? The LG V20 is estimated to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Leaked specifications also suggest that it could be available with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and that it may come with 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB of on-board storage with the option to expand the storage capacity with a microSD card.

Below are Leaked renders of the V20 obtained by Android Authority and @OnLeaks



LG has confirmed that the launch is happening on Wednesday and we are curious to know what LG has in store for us with the V20.

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