These last few weeks, LG has been releasing information in a piecemeal on your next mobile premium that means a change of direction to the full on the philosophy of the product that had defined the south Korean company in the last few years, years that have failed to be as productive as they were expected.
The LG Velvet is a new bet, a mobile bet for getting to what LG considers “mass market premium”. We already knew his design, also the processor that would end up coming and your bet for the 5G, but here not just everything.
Dual screen and pen active: the LG Velvet will be a mobile very versatile
One of the key aspects of the new strategy of LG is to create a terminal that is really nice. With what we have been able to see of the LG Velvet we believe that what you have accomplished, but it will not be the only differential characteristic of this team.
The LG V60 supports dual-screen and stylus is active, and the V60 will also do.
The average south Korean ETNews has revealed that the new model of LG, the LG Velvet includes a driver Wacom AES (Active Electrostatic) that would allow the use of pencils assets. This type of technology is similar to that used in the Microsoft Surface Pro, allowing you to use pencils with great pressure.
According to ETNews, LG would include so pre-installed the notes app of Nebo, one of the best that exist on Android today, able to convert our handwritten notes to digital format.
As a fan of the Galaxy Note, the support for pencils assets seems to me an excellent idea. If LG is able to launch an attachment or specifies what models of pens will be compatible you can mark a before and an after in the career market, especially for those who already have a computer 2 in 1 with a pencil already.
It is expected that the LG Velvet to be presented next 15th of may, so that in a few weeks we ought to get out of doubts.
This is the LG Velvet: official video for the mobile more stylish LGLG has made official the design of your new LG Velvet, a mobile very nice with the Snapdragon 765G and that keeps the headset jack.
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