LG V20 Leaked Details Reveal Its Expensive Pre-Order Price Tag
LG V20 is said to be announced during the 1st week of September, and it’s also going to be the first non-Nexus Android smartphone to come running with Nougat 7.0 ‘out of the box’. While running Android Nougat 7.0 is impressive, there are other details that you guys might be interested in, such as the pre-order pricing of the smartphone, along with the sort of features it would harbor.
Pre-orders of LG V20 Could Commence From September 14 – Might Retain Modular Functionality Like Its Predecessor
Take a look at the image given below and see the details posted. Apparently, a T-Mobile sub-reddit has spilled the beans on the sort of features that the LG V20 is going to possess, along with its pre-order pricing details, which is said to be $650. Apparently, the smartphone is going to possess a modular functionality like G5, but we feel that it’s a terrible idea to begin with, because consumers do not want to put too much effort into a product like this. We will agree that the concept was beautifully presented by LG, but the mentality of swapping different sets of modules to improve the experience has not sunk in as yet.
It will perhaps in the foreseeable future, but we believe that the LG V20 should focus on improving the design and its custom UI for consumers. Most smartphone OEMs regularly get bashed for not focusing on improving the software and instead focus on incorporating the device with state of the art hardware components and elegant design language. While those things are important, so is the software.
It’s also possible that the upcoming V20 features a secondary screen, which could be used to carry out a number of functions. Since we have yet to see the full extent of Android 7.0 Nougat’s capabilities, the arrival of the upcoming flagship will somewhat ensure how the latest and greatest OS from Google is going to run on a smartphone that does not feature the ‘Nexus’ branding. What do you think of the pre-order pricing details and the modular functionality of the smartphone? Tell us your thoughts right away.
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