Earlier this week, LG confirmed that it will be taking the wraps off the successor to its last year's V10 smartphone that featured a secondary screen.
Now, the company has sent out invites for an event on September 6 where it will be launching the flagship level V20 smartphone. It is hosting an event in San Francisco on September 6th, meaning the company won't announce the phone at the IFA event in Berlin, scheduled from September 2nd to 7th.
The invite features a pop-up book, which mentions Play More, but doesn't give out the name of the smartphone.
LG already confirmed that V20 will be shipped with Android's latest iteration, the 7.0 Nougat. On top of that the V20 will bring premium and rich multimedia features as were seen on the last year's V10 smartphone.
Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and Mobile Communications Company, said about the V20 that, "We are excited to offer the first phone in the world to feature Nougat out of the box. The LG V20 upgrades and extends its predecessor's cutting-edge multimedia features a step further, providing distinctive mobile experience and sets a new standard for premium phones for consumers."
As far as the phone's internals are concerned, the phone is expected to bring top of the line specs, including Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820/821 chipset. It will also feature a secondary display for notification alert and with app shortcuts. In fact, the secondary display is the key feature of the LG V series smartphones. LG recently also brought a similar dual-display on its budget offering, the LG X Screen.