With September approaching, most smartphone market watchers will be eagerly paying attention to see what LG can bring to the market in the coming weeks with the LG V20. This is already shaping up to be a highly-anticipated smartphone and one which could prove to be a better seller than the LG G5. However, there is still not that much known about what to expect with this latest handset. Although two fully confirmed points worth noting is that the V20 will come with B&O PLAY features (and free headphones) and it will be the first smartphone to ship with Android 7.0 (Nougat) as its operating system version.
While the rest of the specs remain a little elusive, the last couple of days have seen a number of images beginning to surface which do provide some additional insight to the look and design of the next big smartphone release from LG. One of these sets of leaked of images came in a typical manner and through renders from a case manufacturer, while the other recently leaked image came interestingly, by way of Google during the official launch of Android Nougat.
Now we have the latest image of the V20 to digest and this one comes from known tipster and leaker @evleaks. The image does not come with much information other than looking to confirm that this is the LG V20 and does provide a clear shot of the front face of the smartphone. Generally speaking, the image does seem to further confirm design points which were noted with the Google image and the recent case images (including the likelihood that the fingerprint sensor will be rear-positioned) and does seem to confirm the inclusion of a secondary (ticker) display, as was the case with the V10. What is worth taking note of though, is the interesting Google 'In Apps' folder which seems to be on show on the display. A folder which little seems to be currently known about. Either way with the LG V20 scheduled to be formally announced and introduced on September 6, it will not be too long before all the details on what is on offer are fully revealed. Although, it stands to reason there is likely to be one or two more leaks coming through in between now and then.