After presenting the first details about the design of your next release to publish sketches of the new 3D Arc Design of LG Velvet, the South Korean manufacturer now publishes an official video confirming not only the design of the device, as well as the chipset that will give power to the model.
As you can see in the player below, the LG Velvet appears exactly as shown in the sketches: in addition to the characteristic rear camera ‘Raindrop’ (raindrop) with the main sensor highlighted in a protruding module, Two auxiliary sensors in the same thickness as the smartphone and an LED Flash.
We also see the white back cover with a reflective finish, in addition to three other color options with green, pink and black. On the front panel, we see a drop-shaped notch to house the selfies sensor and also the curved glass on the sides, combining with the rear to offer the aforementioned symmetric shape of LG’s new design choice.
It is also possible to see details of the connectors on the bottom of the smartphone: not only will we have the USB-C port, but LG will continue to maintain a 3.5mm P2 connector for wired headsets.
The only hardware confirmation is for the presence of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chipset with 5G enabled. This confirms that the manufacturer’s plans are not to introduce a new high-performance line but to start focusing on more powerful intermediaries and focusing on high-level design to attract more people.
There are no details about other specifications such as RAM, internal storage, camera specifications, battery and whether the smartphone will offer fast charging or even wireless charging as a differential.