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LG Velvet is yet to be launched next month an before that, LG Velvet specifications have been revealed by the South Korea tech giant. The company has said that the phone will have a 6.8-inch full-HD+ OLED display. LG Velvet will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC with 5G support. LG announced last Thursday that the phone will be launched in an online event at 10am (6:30 AM IST) on May 7. The event will be aired live for the viewers on YouTube and Facebook.
Now, Let take a deeper look into the Specifications of LG Velvet.
As per the company’s announcement, the dual-SIM LG Velvet will feature a 6.8-inch Cinema FullVision full-HD+ OLED display and 20.5:9 aspect ratio. The front panel of the phone will have a waterdrop notch and slim bezels at the top and bottom. The device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G octa-core processor, having one Kryo 475 core clocked at 2400Mhz, one Kryo 475 core clocked at 2200Mhz, and six Kryo 475 cores clocked at 1800Mhz. The processor will be coupled with 8GB of RAM.
The phone will come with 128GB of onboard storage while also having support for expandable storage via a microSD card slot.
In terms of camera specifications, LG Velvet can be seen having a vertically arranged triple-camera setup. It will feature a 48-megapixel main shooter, assisted by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The phone has also got an LED flash. For selfies, the Velvet smartphone has a 16-megapixel shooter.
LG Velvet will pack a 4,300mAh battery and 10W wireless charging support. The 5G phone will also pack Dual 4G VoLTE support and Wi-Fi 802.11ax (2.4GHz + 5GHz). Bluetooth 5.1, GPS/ GLONASS/ Beidou, NFC support will also be present in the smartphone. The phone will come with USB Type-C wired connectivity. The company has already confirmed that buyers will be able to purchase LG Velvet in Aurora Green, Aurora Gray, Aurora White, and Illusion Sunset colors.
LG Velvet will launch on May 7 as a part of an online event as COVID-19 (AKA Corona Virus) has forced companies to switch to online platforms for launch events.