LG Electronics has released a brand new teaser for the LG V20, the successor to last year’s LG V10, on the company’s Korean website. The teaser confirms that the company will be holding an event on Sept. 6 in San Francisco and another one on Sept. 7 in South Korea.
The new teaser image simply shows what appears to be the LG V20 handset on a microphone stand. The Korean writing on the image translates to “hear, see and more.” The image may be hinting at the handset’s superior audio capabilities.
Previous rumors and leaks have indicated that the LG V20 will come with some form of 32-bit Quad DAC (digital to analog converter) to deliver superior audio playback, accoridng to 9To5Google. The teaser may also confirm that the device will have a professional-grade microphone built right into it.
The company only said on its website that the device will come with “excellent audio features.” LG also teased that the V20 will have “the best video and audio experience.”
Renders for the handset were previously leaked and they showed that the V20 will come with a dual-camera system that’s quite akin to the one found on the LG G5. Perhaps the dual cameras on the V20 will have better picture quality than the G5, as well as manual video recording controls that are similar to the V10.
The LG V20 is also expected to come with a 5.6 or 5.7-inch quad HD display, a Snapdragon 820 or Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM and USB Type-C. The upcoming device is also the first handset to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat as its mobile operating system.
Since the announcement of the LG V20 is just a couple of weeks away, many are now wondering when they’ll actually be able to get the device. If rumors are to be trusted, the LG V20 should be available starting Sept. 23 on AT&T for $649 (off-contract), according to Phone Arena.