With less than two weeks to go before the LG V20’s official debut, the upcoming flagship has had its facade unofficially revealed.
An image of the LG V20 has been shared by prominent leaker Evan Blass. The render shows the front of the V20, complete with a secondary display above the main screen. We can also see a front-facing camera next to that secondary display and Android 7.0 beneath LG’s custom user interface.
LG V20 pic.twitter.com/EmmZN21ENM
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 24, 2016
This leaked LG V20 render looks somewhat similar to the leak that appeared earlier this month. This V20 looks a bit different from last year’s V10, sporting a flat top and bottom design rather than the curved one found on the V10. Since we’re only getting a look at the V20’s face, though, today’s leak doesn’t shed any more light on the V20’s rumored dual rear camera setup or possible module support.
The LG V20 will be officially revealed on Sept. 6, and LG has said that it’ll be the first device to launch with Android 7.0. Based on what we’ve seen of it so far, what do you think of LG’s next Android flagship?