LG reveals Android N features in its upcoming V20 flagship

LG has already confirmed that its upcoming V20 smartphone will launch on September 6th, but that hasn't stopped the company from teasing the phone's various features from time to time.

LG recently released a video on Twitter showcasing the various new features that Android 7.0 Nougat will bring to the V20.

LG V20: Here are the leaked pictures and they look gorgeous

Earlier this month, it was revealed that LG's V20 will be the first new smartphone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat OS. As per LG, the new Android Nougat features that we will get to experience in the V20 are Vulkan-supported graphics for more immersive gaming , Direct Reply feature to reply to texts straight from the notifications interface, and the upgraded Doze feature for better battery efficiency. There are hundreds of other features that the new OS will come with and unless LG decides to put in its own UI, you will get to experience the wonders of Android Nougat in its full glory first on the V20.

LG followed this announcement by revealing that V20 will also be the first smartphone to arrive with 32-bit Quad DAC and B&O Play's premium audio tech too to offer the best listening experience via company-supplied earphones. The new 32-bit Quad DAC audio tech by ESS Technology will replicate the experience offered by professional home-audio systems when you connect the V20 with compatible wired headphones.

Earlier this week, LG released a video on Twitter which it says has been shot on the V20. The video explains various new Android Nougat features that V20 will bring in like double tapping to switch quickly between recently-used apps, watching video while accessing other apps,  run two apps side by side, drag and drop to organize quick settings and drop text to copy between apps.

After 32-bit DAC, LG V20 gets B&O Play's premium audio tech too

Earlier today, LG also released a full-fledged image of the V20 resting on a finger, probably depicting how light the smartphone is. The phone appears to be slightly curved and borrows everything from the V10 but nothing from the G5 which has more curved edges and whose screen didn't appear as wide as the V20's.

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