While major phone brands like Xiaomi, Samsung are all set to launch their latest flagships of the year, LG is no behind. After the success of LG W10 and W30, LG is now working on the successor of this series – LG W20.
According to the Google Play Console listing, the front design as well as the specifications of the LG W20 have been unveiled. On the Console listing, you will see the name as W 20. In the LG W series, after LG W30 and W10, what we can expect is certain – LG W20.
Here’s the Google Play Listing image of W20 specifications shared by 91mobiles –
The LG W20 will house a waterdrop display and will be powered by the Spreadtrum SC9863A budget chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM with a total memory of 2824 MB.
Although the screen size hasn’t been mentioned in the listing, it does have a HD+ 720×1520 pixels resolution. From the front design shared, it is also evident that LG W20 will have a waterdrop notch and quite thick chin bezel. A wide or thick bezel seems like becoming a new trend these days with the Galaxy S20 wide bezels that were revealed through renders. The device will be running on Android 9.0 Pie.
Clearly, the specifications are budget oriented. That’s a great relief for the lG fanbase looking for good smartphones at affordable rates just like the LG W10 and W30.
Talking about the price, there has not really been any official statement regarding LG W20 by the company. We could however expect it to be somewhere near 10k, as its successors.
Even though the device has just taken a place on the Google Play Console list. So this does not necessarily mean that it would launch anytime soon.
After the great success of LG W10 and W30, it will be interesting to see what the LG W20/ W20 brings for the users.
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