Based on an LG earnings report, the successor of the multimedia-loaded LG V10 — purportedly dubbed LG V20 — is place to make its way to consumers in Q3 2016.
That’s right! On Thursday, July 28, LG announced its fiscal gains for Q2 2016.
LG is affirmative the V series apparatus will play a critical part in uplifting the sagging fortunes of the mobile department. The high marketing costs coupled with sluggish first sales of the business’s main LG G5 smartphone, have proven to be a drawback for the South Korean firm.
Despite the drawbacks, LG did figure out how to improve by 3 percent over Q1 2016 on its absolute smartphone shipping in Q2 2016. With the entrance of the V series — which will perhaps contain the successor of the LG V10 — the firm is headed in the correct way and the coming apparatus could help its boat.
Then the focus would be taken away from the LG offering, if the launching of the two smartphones clashed.
Now with the LG G5 sales not and the cellular department of the business not do well living up to expectations, LG is perhaps looking to bring a smartphone that is robust to catch consumers’ attention earlier instead of after.
However, considering its forerunner touted an impressive double-lens camera — albeit a tad — the LG V20 could follow suit.
With LG affirming the V series smartphone start in Q3 2016 we’ll shortly understand what the business has up its sleeve.