Along with the new video LG Velvet which shows for the first time completely the new Android terminal expected in May, some of the technical specifications and main features also arrive. For this smartphone, the manufacturer has adopted a different marketing approach: instead of revealing everything in a single presentation, LG has started to anticipate some of the design solutions and features already starting from the last few weeks.
also changed the approach to design that differs from the protuberance on the back that houses all the cameras, as made by Apple and several Android manufacturers. In LG Velvet we find instead an arrangement of each single element in line, starting from the largest lens, going downwards for all three cameras, up to the smallest element, namely the LED flash.
The new LG Velvet video, published on the manufacturer's YouTube channel over the weekend, in addition to the rear of the terminal visible for the first time, also the front, characterized by a single small hole for the selfie camera positioned at the top center of the display. The manufacturer declares that it is a mass premium model, this suggests that it is a terminal with sustained specifications, some of which are not very high-end, this is to contain the production cost and the final sale price, which should be lower than the current top of the range iPhone and Android.
The very first specifications indicated together with the LG Velvet video seem to confirm this interpretation: instead of the top Android processor of the moment Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, it will work with Snapdragon 765 while offering 5G connectivity. Other features include rounded edges symmetrically on the front and back and the availability in four colors: white, sunset, gray and green. It is very probable that LG will offer further advances in addition to this LG Velvet video in the coming days and weeks, while the official launch and availability are expected for the month of May starting from South Korea.
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