As we reported during the afternoon, LG is finally ready to compete strong and ugly in the smartphone market, after several years in the shadow of Samsung, Apple and Huawei. That said, the first big bet should be made in the form of the LG Velvet 5G smartphone, a mid-range device that will bet on interesting specifications and a brutal design to win the hearts of consumers.
However, after we released the news, a new 'leak' arrived on the Internet immediately, revealing some very interesting things, such as specifications, weight, size and of course … The Price!
(Leak) We already know almost everything about the LG Velvet 5G
Therefore, the new LG Velvet 5G should weigh 180g, reaching the market with the measures 167.1 x 74 x 7.85mm. However, we are still not sure about the size of the screen, yet it is expected to be something around 6.7 ”with the same resolution as the OLED screen that we find in the LV V60 ThinQ (2460 x 1080 21: 9).
However, the battery should stay at 4300 mAh, with the smartphone also bringing on the table a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G SoC, accompanied by 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage with expansion via microSD. And IP68 certification against water and dust on the cake.
As for photographic performance, we must find a main sensor of 48MP Sony, accompanied by a secondary lens of 8MP wide-Angle, and also a depth sensor of 5MP. The front camera should be at 16MP.
Ok… And the price?
During the afternoon I said that LG had to be very careful with the price of this device. The company's idea cannot simply compete with the big ones in the market, it is necessary to conquer some hype first. Especially when you first start betting on the mid-range world. That said, the rumors suggest something between $ 500 and $ 700 … Which, in my opinion, is a bit exaggerated. But let's wait and see.
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