LG has released a new video showing the full design of the LG Velvet smartphone. Not only did the video reveal the design of the device. It also confirms that the LG Velvet will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 processor.
From the video, we see the LG Velvet from multiple angles. Easily noticeable are the thin bezels as well as the U-shaped notch cutout on the front of the phone. However, the highlight of the device is the rear camera setup. The LG Velvet sports a triple-camera setup, arranged in a “raindrop” setup.
Even though the design itself does not tell us much about the device, it seems that the LG Velvet will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack. This would mean that LG is still catering for those who want superior audio on their smartphones.
If the video is anything to go by, then the LG Velvet will be available in Aurora Green, Velvet Sunset, Aurora Grey, and Aurora White color variants.
According to LG, the finish material of the device is its “Velvet Touch” that delivers a “Stunning Sunset” shimmering effect under particular lighting angles. Of course, LG is focusing on design with the LG Velvet.
The information about the processor used by the LG Velvet comes at the end of the video. The phone will run the Snapdragon 765 processor, one not as powerful as the Snapdragon 865 that is currently seen in many flagship devices.
Asides from this official video, there is not much information out there about the LG Velvet. LG is apparently releasing information about the phone bit by bit. So far, we know how it looks and the processor it runs.
According to earlier rumors, the LG Velvet will have a screen size between 6.7 inches and 6.9 inches. It will reportedly sport a 48MP main camera and get juice from a 4,000mAh battery. Rumor also has it that the LG Velvet will support LG’s dual-screen attachment.
The LG Velvet will reportedly launch on May 15. We will likely get more information about it before then. Meanwhile, LG also recently announced the LG Folder 2, a flip phone with dual-display and an SOS key.