Earlier this week LG confirmed that it will unveil the V20 smartphone, successor of the V10 in September. Today it has sent out invites for the V20 announcement in San Francisco on September 6th. Looks like LG doesn’t want to unveil the phone at the IFA in Berlin that is scheduled from 2nd till 7th September.
The invite shows a pop-up book with phrase Play more without giving any hints about the smartphone.
LG already confirmed that V20 will run Android 7.0 (Nougat), making it one of the first phones from OEMs to run the latest version of Android. It also said that the V20 builds upon the premium and rich multimedia smartphone experience of last year’s LG V10.
Regarding the V20, Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and Mobile Communications Company, said:
We are excited to offer the first phone in the world to feature Nougat out of the box. The LG V20 upgrades and extends its predecessor’s cutting-edge multimedia features a step further, providing distinctive mobile experience and sets a new standard for premium phones for consumers.