LG is working on a new series of smartphones with a unique design language. The first of the phones from this new series will arrive as the LG Velvet, and LG has released a video on YouTube that focuses on its design.
The 35-second long video was posted on the official LG Electronics Korean YouTube channel yesterday. The video starts with a raindrop falling that then transforms into the primary rear camera. As you can see in the video, the primary sensor is raised while the other two sensors and LED flash are flush with the body of the phone.
The LG Velvet has a curved glass back that tapers to the edges. The silver frame in between the back and the front appears to be made of metal and has a mirror finish. The LG Velvet is shown to have its SIM card tray at the top along with two white antenna lines.
The phone has its power- button on the right side while the left is home to the volume buttons and the Google- Assistant button. The bottom of the phone is home to an audio jack, a USB Type-C port, and a three-hole speaker grille.
The LG Velvet will have a waterdrop notch, just like LG’s new phones. The video also revealed it would be a 5G phone powered by a Snapdragon 765 5G processor, and it will be available in four colorways.
The LG Velvet is expected to launch next month, but LG is yet to announce an official date.