Well, if the latest specs leak from the vast savannas of the Chinese tech blogosphere are to be believed, it will sport a quality ESS audio DAC (digital-to-analog converter) that will bring in the promised 32-bit sound, as well as a dual 16 MP camera combo on the rear. The rest of the specs are pretty much par for the course for a seasonal flagship, namely a 5.7" Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 820 chipset, and four gigs of RAM. Where this specs sheet manages to surprise us, however, is the claimed 4000 mAh battery capacity.
LG is no stranger to large batteries, as it recently outed the X Power that blasted to the top of our battery benchmarks, but equipping a flagship with such a huge unit is a rarity, if we don't count Samsung's "Active" line that is exclusive to AT&T. We'll be covering the V20 launch event tomorrow, so stay tuned for an official confirmation on the actual battery capacity. The phone is expected to cost north of $600, and have a release date of September 23.