The LG Velvet will feature a 6.8-inch display with 20.5:9 aspect ratio and waterdrop notch. The left and right sides of the screen are curved and the rear of the phone is curved at the same angle to give the phone its 3D Arc Design.
Around back is the Raindrop triple camera setup. It includes a 48MP main cam that uses pixel binning technology to combine 4 pixels into 1, helping you to take clearer photos in the dark. Also included in that rear camera array is an 8MP ultra wide camera and 5MP depth cam.
LG is touting that the Velvet's got a couple of special features for recording video. Voice Out Focus will help you separate background noise when capturing a video, like removing the sound from a windy beach, so you can hear voice more clearly.
Also included is an ASMR recording feature that'll boost the sensitivity of two high-performance microphones to give you more vivid sound.
Inside the LG Velvet is a Snapdragon 765 processor with 5G support and a 4300mAh battery. Stereo speakers will help give you better sound when consuming content and using the Velvet's built-in speakers, and LG has also included an Artificial Intelligence Sound that'll analyze the content you're playing and set the optimal audio quality.
The LG Velvet will launch on May 15th in Korea with four color options: Aurora White, Aurora Gray, Aurora Green, and Illusion Sunset. There's no word yet on when the Velvet might make its way to other parts of the globe.