Official: LG V20 Arrives in September with Android 7.0 Nougat

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You know how LG told us during last week’s earnings report that we should expect the successor to the V10 in the near future? They announced the damn thing tonight officially as the LG V20. 

They aren’t saying much, plus the translation is iffy, but the official LG site to post the news says that the phone will launch in September with Android 7.0 Nougat on board. The focus, like last year’s V10, will once again be on the multimedia experience.

On a related note, in case you were wondering when Android 7.0 Nougat would arrive, I think LG just told you to expect it sometime before the end of September.

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