LG has announced the launch of a compact variant of its flagship smartphone, V20. The new smartphone is dubbed as the V20 Pro and comes with smaller display and battery.
The new variant will be available for purchase in the Japanese market via NTT DoCoMo starting February next year. The company is yet to announce the pricing of the V20 Pro and its availability for foreign markets as well.
On the specification front, the LG V20 Pro sports a 5.2-inch quad HD display alongside a secondary 2.1-inch display that supports 160 x 1040 pixel resolution.
In comparison to LG V20’s 64GB internal storage, the new variant only packs 32GB of internal storage. The Pro variant draws its power from a 2900mAh battery which is slightly smaller than V20’s 3200mAh battery.
For the good news, the new variant still runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system out of the box, along with the rest of the V20's hardware. It also comes bundled with B&O Play earphones just like the flagship model....