|First released||September 29, 2016(South Korea)|
|Operating system||Original: Android 7.0 "Nougat"|
|System on chip||Qualcomm Snapdragon 820|
|Memory||4 GB LPDDR4 RAM|
|Storage||64 or 128 GB|
|Removable storage||microSDXC up to 2 TB|
|Battery||3,200 mAh (removable)|
|Front camera||5 MP f/1.9 aperture|
|Sound||Bottom-firing mono speaker, quad ESS DAC|
LG V20 is an Android phablet manufactured by LG Electronics. Unveiled on September 6, 2016, it is a successor to the LG V10 released in 2015. Similarly to the V10, the V20 is distinguished by a secondary display panel near the top of the device, which can be used to display additional messages and controls. The device also features quad DACs for audio. The LG V30 was unveiled on 31 August 2017, as the successor to the V20.
The LG V20's overall design contains elements of the LG G5, however it lacks modular capability, but includes a chassis partially made of metal (the top and bottoms are made of silicone), USB-C connector, and a rear-mounted power button with integrated fingerprint reader. It is available in silver, dark grey ("Titan"), and pink-color finishes. The V20 features a 5.7-inch 1440p IPS LCD display, coated in Gorilla Glass 4. Similar to the V10, a second, supplemental display is located at the top of the device to the right of the front-facing camera. The display can be used to display notifications, controls, and marquee display messages. The screen was made larger and brighter than the version on the V10. The V20 includes four ESS Sabre ES9218 digital-to-analog converters (DAC) to enhance sound output; as a complement, the V20 ships with Bang & Olufsen H3 in-ear headphones. The V20 utilizes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 system-on-chip with 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. The device includes 64 GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD card, and has a replaceable battery.
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