LG released its mid-range smartphone, LG Velvet 5G, in May. The device is packed with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 chipset and comes with a fantastic design.
Now, it seems LG has another smartphone under development, a 4G variant of the LG Velvet, according to the Persian tech website Toranji. Here are the latest details.
LG Velvet 4G Rumored Features and Specs
Recent reports suggest that LG plans to release another Velvet smartphone, dubbed LG Velvet 4G. The smartphone will be the 4G variant of the well-known LG Velvet 5G. The Persian tech website Toranji indicated that the LG Velvet 4G would be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, which will drive on a lot of Android flagship smartphones.
According to Toranji, the LG Velvet 4G might be released in Middle Eastern markets. It is believed to hit the market at approximately 20 % less than the LG Velvet 5G model. LG Iran has not yet announced or confirmed the existence of the LG Velvet 4G.
However, the smartphone has also been certified by Anatel, a wireless regulator in Brazil. Such a thing means that the device is expected to be released in other markets, too.
LG Velvet 4G was spotted with the model number LM-G910, which has already been revealed on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. The smartphone might arrive with 6GB RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage, according to the benchmark. For connectivity, the handset is said to support Bluetooth 5.0.
Other reports pointed out that LG Velvet 4G will flaunt a 6.8-inch P-OLED Full HD+ notch display. As for the software, the device is believed to run on Android 10. It could also pack a 4,300mAH battery and support a 25W fast charger.
For photography, the smartphone is said to sport a triple camera module on the rear panel, which includes 48MP primary camera, a 5MP sensor, and an 8MP secondary sensor. On the front, it might come with a 16MP selfie camera. If all these details turn out to be accurate, LG should release a statement in the coming months.
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