LG Electronics Inc. recently dropped a short teaser video that shows off its latest smartphone, Velvet, in more detail.
While LG has been providing a good amount of information regarding its upcoming smartphone, there haven’t been many photos of it. This video, however, gives a better idea of what users can expect when it fully launches.
Firstly is the aforementioned “raindrop” like camera design. Like most other smartphones, it still gives a considerable bump to the back of the smartphone, so it likely won’t flat on a table.
Aside from that, though, its design definitely stands out from common camera designs found on other smartphones.
There are other details showed on video that hasn’t been shared before. Viewers can see that there’s a 3.5mm audio jack on the bottom of the smartphone.
This is a huge selling point for LG, as their smartphones feature DACs that provide richer sound quality with wired headphones.
The video teases four different colour variants that appear to be green, red, black and white. I’m sure they’ll have flashier names for its colours when it launches.
The front, on the other hand, is shown to have a teardrop front camera design, which doesn’t look too appealing from my point of view. It does have thinner bezels though, which is probably part of its ‘3D Arc Design’.
The video also confirms that Velvet will come packing with a Snapdragon 5G 765 processor, a step down from Snapdragon 865. Though, given that it might be selling itself as a mid-range smartphone, that doesn’t seem that bad of a choice.
Despite giving us plenty more details with its video, LG doesn’t state when it plans to launch the smartphone. The company has already shown off quite a bit, though, so I think we can expect a proper launch within a month or so.