LG Velvet smartphone got its announce date in South Korea, now the company has announced its launch dates in major European markets, namely, Germany, Italy, Spain, Hungary, and Poland. The European launch will be followed by its American launch, then Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.
LG VELVET features a 6.8-inch P-OLED Cinematic FullVision display, and runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, and comes with a 5G modem in a smaller package which consumes less power.
Furthermore, the smartphone is compatible with the LG Dual Screen. The display screen offers an aspect ratio of 20.5:9. LG’s very own Grip Suppression algorithm is smart in that it can identify between intentional touches and unintentional touches. As for security, it comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
As for its camera, the company has decided to go with the falling raindrop design, and the lenses are stacked under one another. The three rear cameras are a 48MP Standard shooter, 8MP Wide lens, and 5MP Depth lens.
The camera is packed with LG Creator’s kit through which the users can make the best of the 48MP main camera. The smartphone’s speakers are equipped with ASMR Recording which has the ability to record even the faintest of sounds. The phone runs on a 4,300 mAh battery.
Furthermore, the smartphone is offered with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory which can be extended up to 2TB via microSD card.
LG is offering the smartphone in Illusion Sunset, Aurora Green, Aurora White, and Aurora Gray colors, but other colors such as Aurora Silver, New Black, and others will come soon.
We think today’s smartphone customers want and deserve more than cookie-cutter designs and tried-and-true features,” said Johan Chung, executive vice president of overseas sales and marketing at the LG Mobile Communications Company
“In LG VELVET, we’ve created a differentiated smartphone with a design that can’t be confused for anything else and features with unique propositions that provide considerable value. We’re confident in the message LG VELVET communicates and believe that there are customers out there who agree it’s time for a change in the way smartphones are developed and marketed.”