LG Velvet With Snapdragon 765G, Triple-Cameras, Shown Off in Official Video

LG Velvet With Snapdragon 765G, Triple-Cameras, Shown Off in Official Video
LG has launched an official teaser video of its upcoming design-focused smartphone, named ‘Velvet’. The video not solely exhibits off the system in all its glory, but in addition confirms a few of its key specs, together with the Snapdragon 765G processor with 5G connectivity. The video additional reveals that the cellphone can have a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack, one thing that’s changing into more and more uncommon in high-end gadgets.

The video additionally exhibits off a teardrop notch for the selfie-camera upfront and a triple-cam array on the again. Keeping with the fashionable design language, the cellphone additionally appears to have skinny bezels on all sides and if the video is something to go by, shall be provided in at the least 4 colour choices – pink, inexperienced, black, and white. The video, which is 35 seconds lengthy, doesn’t reveal the rest concerning the cellphone.

LG began teasing the Velvet earlier this month by releasing a bunch of sketches and renders to present an concept of what the system will seem like. The firm stated that it picked a ‘minimalist’ design with symmetrical curves on the back and front, in addition to a raindrop-like digital camera array on the rear. Another notable function is the 3D Arc design that LG says will embody ‘less sharp edges and angles,’ which ought to make the cellphone extra aesthetically pleasing.

LG Velvet is anticipated to be the substitute for the corporate’s flagship G-series that was first launched in 2012 with the launch of the LG Optimus G. The new moniker fully changed the erstwhile ‘Optimus’ branding the next yr with the launch of the LG G2, however with gross sales persevering with to plummet through the years, the corporate has now seemingly modified its technique and is concentrating on design quite than compete with the likes of Samsung on specs and options.

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