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In the world of smartphones, a “flagship” phone usually designates a company’s best, most fully featured product. LG, however, challenges this definition: With its semi-modular design, the company’s G5 was a different kind of flagship, and last year’s V10, with its dual screen, was also an experiment of sorts. 

Now, LG has begun to share details about its upcoming LG V20, scheduled for a Sept. 6 launch. 

Besides being the first phone to feature the new version of Android, 7.0 or Nougat, the V20 will feature a 32-bit Quad DAC (digital to analog converter), made by ESS Technology.  Read more…

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