LG W20 in the works, specifications confirmed via Google Play Console listing

“The Google Play Console listing reveals some key specifications of the LG W20 as well as an image showing off its design from the front”

G W20 seems to be in the works as a smartphone by the name has appeared on the Google Play Console listing. Going by the name, the LG W20 will slot right between the LG W10 and W30, both of which were launched in India in June 2019 as part of the new online-only LG W series. The Google Play Console listing reveals some key LG W20 specifications as well as an image showing off its design from the front. The LG W20 will sport a waterdrop display and will be powered by the Spreadtrum SC9863A budget chipset paired with 3GB of RAM.

LG W20 specifications

According to the listing, the LG W20 will come with budget specifications. While the size of the display is unclear, the listing reveals that the LG W20 will sport an HD+ 720×1,520 pixels resolution. The renders reveals a waterdrop notch and a pretty thick chin bezel. We don’t get to see the back of the smartphone, so it is hard to say how many cameras it will be carrying.

The LG W20 will be powered by a Spreadtrum SC9863A chipset paired with 3GB of RAM. The Spreadtrum SC9863A SoC was launched in 2018 and features eight Cortex-A55 cores clocked at up to 1.6GHz and a PowerVR GE8322 GPU. This budget processor has powered phones like the Alcatel 1S and ZTE Blade A5 2019. The Google Play Console listing further reveals that the LG W20 will run on Android 9 Pie.

There is no official word, including a launch date, for the LG W20. This is the first time we are hearing about the smartphone, but the Google Play Console listing does suggest the smartphone could launch soon. To recall, the LG W10 and W30 smartphones were launched in June 2019, priced at Rs 8,999 and Rs 9,999. At the time of writing this story, both the smartphone were listed on Amazon for Rs 9,999. Going by the placement of the LG W20, the smartphone could also launch in India at around Rs 8,999. This is just a speculation for now, but we should hear more on the LG W20 now that it has been listed on the Google Play Console.

Sanket is a technology writer when he isn't busy rewatching Star Wars while eating pizza. He has previously worked at India Today and NDTV and has a fair knowledge about pop-culture trends and smartphones.
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