LG V20 S Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Trademarked Smartphone Coming to Europe; Waterproof & Dustproof? Better Than iPhone 7?

By Laine Lucas , Updated Nov 11, 2016 07:53 AM EST
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LG V20 recently released in South Korea and in the United States and the device has been received very well. The European market has yet to welcome this remarkable smartphone, but according to reports, there could be a new variant of the V20 launching soon - the LG V20 S.

A trademark filing for the LG V20 S was recently spotted in Europe, which suggests that this new smartphone could make its way to the European market. It remains to be seen what this V20 S has to offer, but according to Android Headlines, it's likely that the device is comparable to Japan's own version of the V20, the LG Isai Beat.

If the speculation is true, LG V20 S will basically be a smaller Isai Beat. It should be noted that Isai Beat bears similar features as the LG V20, but it has a 5.2-inch display compared to 5.7 inches of the V20. Also, it only has 32 GB of internal storage space, as opposed to V20's 64 GB.

The LG V20 S is also rumored to have waterproof features. Since it is being compared to Isai Beat, it's likely that the device will also adopt this special feature that isn't found in the original V20. The smartphone could also run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, have a preinstalled Android Nougat operating system, microSD card slot, a dual camera at the back with 16 megapixels and 8 megapixels and, a 5-megapixel selfie camera.

So far, LG hasn't confirmed if these rumors are true or if an LG V20 S will indeed be released in Europe. Official details of this smartphone have not been released to the public yet but gadget aficionados can only hope the V20 S won't become another LG G5 SE, in which it carried a mid-range chipset version of the G5. For now, fans should take this report with a pinch of salt until more details about the trademark filing surface. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest scoop!

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