LG Velvet Reviews


LG’s Velvet smartphone is not for stock Android enthusiasts. Instead, its software reminds me a lot of Samsung’s offerings. Despite that, the Velvet still shows a lot of thought and design. I particularly like the way information is displayed in the top half of the screen, a feature Samsung excels at, but LG falls short of.

Dual Screen Case

The Dual Screen Case for LG Velvet is an accessory that lets you use both screens on your phone. The case first slides into your phone’s bottom or top and snaps into place. It is battery-free and draws power from the phone’s USB-C port. It also comes with a magnetic charging tip. You can also use a wireless charger to charge your phone while it’s in the case.

Unlike a traditional flip-out screen cover, a dual-screen case connects to your phone via its USB-C adapter. It functions on your phone just like a dual monitor on a computer. Once you slide your phone into the case’s USB-C plug, the dual screen will automatically switch on. It will then hold your phone while using the other screen.

LG hasn’t revealed everything about its new smartphone, but the dual-screen case accessory could be included. The LG Velvet is listed as LG-G905N on the official site, so if the phone is shipped with this accessory, you’ll have two screens for three. You can use both screens for games or apps, take notes, or input using a Wacom pen on one of the screens.

Super-fast charging

If your LG Velvet 5G doesn’t charge as quickly as it should, the problem might lie with your charger. Some chargers can charge your phone faster than others, but you need to find a compatible charger if you want to enjoy super-fast charging on your new phone.

One of the easiest ways to fix a slow charging problem is to change your USB cable. You can borrow a friend’s USB cable or buy a new one that’s compatible with your phone. Try it out. If it still doesn’t fix the problem, you might want to try a factory reset.

The LG Velvet comes with LG UX 10, an Android 10 user interface. This interface is identical to the one on the LG V60, but the icons look cartoonish and have neon tones. This makes the phone feel dated when compared to other Android phones.

Three rear cameras

LG Electronics has announced a new smartphone called the LG Velvet. It is a rebranding of the LG G series and will launch in May 2020. It shares some hardware with LG’s flagship V60 ThinQ but has a smaller battery and different cameras. Here are some facts about the LG Velvet cameras.

The LG Velvet is an Android phablet manufactured by LG. It will be launched in May 2020 as a rebrand of the LG G series, but it shares some of the same hardware as the LG V60 ThinQ. It has a smaller battery and slightly different cameras, but it does have more than one camera.

The LG Velvet offers three cameras at the rear, including one with a 48-megapixel sensor. Both cameras can shoot video in 1080p, 30 frames per second. In addition, one of the lenses features a Digital Zoom, while the other has Auto Flash and Face detection. The front camera on the LG Velvet has a 16-megapixel sensor.

Ultra-wide-angle camera

The LG Velvet’s ultra-wide-angle camera does a decent job. While it doesn’t have a telephoto lens, the phone’s 2x zoom mode is still useful. The images aren’t particularly sharp or detailed but have decent contrast and color saturation. The noise levels are also decent for a phone with this kind of hardware.

The LG Velvet’s main camera takes good photos. However, there’s a distinct contrasty look to the photos, and they can be a bit too dark on occasion. The resolution is good for a 12MP standard-sized photo, though some noise is visible. However, the phone’s ultra-wide-angle camera is useful for action-ish videos. Unlike some phones with a similar camera, the Velvet’s camera is great for taking pictures of landscapes and other wide-angle subjects.

One thing that LG did not include is an autofocus feature. This is a feature that makes ultra-wide mobile cameras much more versatile. With autofocus, users can focus on both the foreground and background of their images, even when the ultra-wide lens is in use. This feature is increasingly common in flagship phones with ultra-wide-angle cameras.