While it's not perfect, LG's Velvet is a delight to use. It's got a sleek, unique design, an excellent camera for its price point, and perhaps most interestingly, it has a MediaTek Dimensity chipset.
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LG is reportedly working on at least three phones for launch in Q1 2021. These include the Velvet 2, a new high-end flagship, and a device with an extending screen thanks to a rollable display.
LG has officially announced the LG Wing and LG Velvet smartphones in India. The LG Wing will be available in India starting on November 9 while the LG Velvet will go on sale on October 30.
Today, T-Mobile announced that it's now carrying LG's Velvet 5G smartphone, although instead of the Snapdragon 765G that we've seen in other variants, this one has a MediaTek Dimensity 800.
Today, Verizon announced availability of the LG Velvet on its network. Coming in at $100 more than it is on other carriers, the carrier is also offering it in an exclusive Aurora Red color.
LG began selling the Velvet smartphone in the U.S. today through AT&T, with Verizon and T-Mobile versions due later this summer. However, the firm will not sell an unlocked version in the U.S.
LG has announced that its Velvet smartphone, which launched in South Korea last month, is heading to other markets around the world in the coming weeks, though it didn't say how much it will cost.
LG Velvet has officially been announced in South Korea with a spec sheet that was already confirmed before, including a Snapdragon 765 chipset, a 6.8-inch display, and a raindrop style rear camera.
LG has revealed via a teaser video that it will be announcing its next flagship smartphone, the Velvet, on May 7th. The video highlights the minimalistic design and 'Raindrop' camera of the device.
The YouTube channel for LG in South Korea has shared a video showing off the design of the upcoming LG Velvet smartphone, as well as confirming that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 765.
LG has announced that its upcoming smartphone will be called the 'LG Velvet' as part of its transition from the alphanumerical designations. It will feature the 'Raindrop' camera revealed last week.