For those of you who have been waiting for the launch of the LG Velvet 4G smartphone, we present to you the exciting news that your wait is finally over! The brand new LG Velvet 4G is going to make its debut in Europe this week.
This spectacular LG phone had already been launched in Iran, and now it’s going to be available in Germany and Hungary too.
LG Velvet 4G Smartphone Price
Saturn, an electronics company in Germany, is going to sell these phones in store as of Friday, the 31st of July, for €500. Another electronics company, MediaMarkt will also be selling the phone but they haven’t released a launch date or the price yet.
In Hungary, a few companies like MediaMarkt and eMag are taking preorders for the phone for €580. However, they haven’t released a launch date as of yet.
Velvet 4G Features and Specifications
The Velvet 4G phone will make use of the Snapdragon 845 chip instead of 765G. This will alter a few specifications of the phone although most of it will remain the same. This old generation chip will result in slower charging as it supports QuickCharge 3.0 which charges at 15 W rather than QuickCharge 4.0 that charges at 25 W. The battery capacity, however, is the same along with Wireless Charging at 9 W.
In this new LG phone, you will be provided with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. If you need more storage space, there’s no need to fret as the phone has a micro SD slot that allows you to greatly increase the phone’s storage capacity.
The Velvet 4G smartphone doesn’t provide a connection to 5G but you can get the Velvet 5G smartphone. The 5G version of the phone isn’t available in Hungary. However, it is available in Germany (for €600) and other European countries.
Upon pre ordering the 4G version of the phone before 2nd August, you’ll also get an additional free of cost Dual Screen accessory.
The LG Velvet 4G phone has been one of the most awaited phones of the year and we really can’t wait to get our hands on it. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the latest information regarding the phone’s launch dates and prices in countries other than Germany as soon as we get the insider scoops.