LG V20S Release Date, News & Updates: LG V20 Will Not Be Launched Internationally

By Maine Lemorge , Updated Nov 18, 2016 02:39 AM EST

The LG V20 was recently launched at the United States and South Kore. The reviews have been very good especially with its powerful features. There are speculations though that the LG V20 will not be launched in the European Market; instead the new LG V20 S will be launched in the international market including Europe.

Sources say that the all-new LG V20 S will be bringing key features that are already with the LG V20 like the secondary display and the Quad DAC. It will not be a flag ship unit but instead, it will probably be a lot closer to the Isai Beat, Japan's version of the LG V20 that will be released this November under the Japanese Carrier, au KDDI.

The LG V20 S will most likely be the smaller version of the Isai Beat and will most likely have similar specs. Compared to the LG V20, the Isai Beat has a smaller 5.2-inch display and a 32GB internal memory with the power of the 820 Snapdragon chip. It also has a 4GB RAM with a 16MP rear camera with a secondary camera for wide angles. Battery life for the Isai Beat will also match the power needed with 3,000 mAh.

LG has been known to release units with almost the same specifications but will most likely have slight modifications to match the market. News about the LG V20 S being a smaller version of the Isai Beat is not surprising, especially since the European market is known to prefer smaller units.

Reports have also stated that the LG V20 S will most likely adapt the waterproof features of the Isai beat and might even have pre-installed Android Nougat for its operating system. The LG V20 S will also have dual rear cameras with 16 and 8 megapixels with the 5 Mega Pixel front camera.

LG has not confirmed all the news about the new LG V20 S. More details will most likely come out for the LG V20 S in the coming weeks so fans should check back, once in a while.

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