LG V20 smartphone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat
The South Korean Smartphone giant LG is now planning to launch a new premium smartphone in the market in September. From this, the company is expecting to improve its declining business which will help in recovering the sales. So finally Lg V20 smartphone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat.
The company stated that the V20 handset, which is the successor of V10 that was released in October previous year, will be their first device that will support Google’s latest operating system for Android phones. The operating system is called Nougat. LG did not reveal much detail about the V20.
The company launched its two premium variants and G5 handset in March which had sales weaker than expected after the product complexities in the beginning. That resulted in the company fifth quarter direct operating loss (April-June).
LG claims that the product launched last week, including the successor of V10 will help the company’s performance in the third quarter. However, the task for LG seems difficult as their competitors are also set to unveil their products in the market soon. Like, Samsung is ready to launch its next Samsung Galaxy Note handset on Wednesday, at the same time, Apple is rumored to unveil its new iPhone in September.
The new Android version 7.0 Nougat will come out next month. Apparently, Google has proclaimed the finishing developer preview along with Android N APIs and new security updates. The preview also included Android N emulator for identifying with systems behavior and inclinations. The new Android 7.0 Nougat offers many interesting features like updated camera application, modernized notification center, and advanced Doze sort.
With the new Android 7.0 Nougat arriving with LG V20, the company is expected to draw more attraction towards the audience. But one thing continues to be unclear that whether the handset will feature the company’s own UX with it. It looks very unlikely to launch V20 in India as the company never released its predecessor V10 in the country.