The Velvet 5G is the direct successor of the LG G8 ThinQ. It retains several high-end features and has a very distinctive look. The Aurora Grey, Illusion Sunset, Aurora Green (with Telus and Koodo) and Red (with Bell and Virgin) finishes are superb. It will be a shame to cover your device with a case […]
The best deals on LG Velvet in Canada
Looking for the best deals on LG Velvet? You’ve come to the right place. Finding a good deal on a device you want is not easy. There’s multiple things to consider - upfront payment vs monthly installments, BYOD vs device financing, to 5G or not to 5G and which carrier and data amount to choose. And all this also depends upon which province you live in.
To make this choice easy for you, we have taken a detailed look, not just at the specs, reviews and pro and cons of the LG Velvet but also at all the deals currently on offer for LG Velvet in Canada to help you make the most informed decision.
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About: LG Velvet
|Screen Resolution:||2460 x 1080 at 395 ppi|
|Camera:||48 MP wide angle rear camera, 8 MP ultra wide angle rear camera, 5 MP depth camera and 16 MP front camera|
|RAM memory:||6 GB|
The LG Velvet 5G is a mid-range phone that’s the direct successor of the G8 ThinQ. The name change marks the change in design, although it retains several high-end features and a very distinctive look.
August 7, 2020
First up - the Specs
The Velvet 5G proves that a premium smartphone doesn’t have to be (too) expensive to perform well. The Velvet has a sleek look, a 6.8-inch screen, a Snapdragon 765G processor, a 4300 mAh battery, an advanced camera system and even the option to add an additional screen.
- Modern, elegant and distinctive design
- Manufacturer's warranty longer (2 years) than competitors
- Add an additional LG Dual screen to make it a foldable phone
- Compatible with the new 5G network
- FM tuner to listen to the radio without using cellular data
- With a 60 Hz screen, it’s not the best phone to play games. We recommend getting a device with a 90 Hz or 120 Hz screen if you’re a gamer.
- Although there’s a 1/8 headphones jack, the Velvet doesn’t have an analog-to-digital convert (ADC). It’s therefore not the best device for audiophiles.