LG VELVET Posts on XDA

LG Velvet, Nubia Red Magic 5G, and ZTE Axon 11 kernel source code are now available

By the virtue of the General Public License v2, Android smartphone manufacturers are bound to provide the source code of any Linux kernel binaries they have shipped on devices they sell upon request. Kernel source releases also help developers cook up custom ROMs and enhanced third party kernels which, in turn, boosts the aftermarket modding...

[Update: Hands-on images] LG Velvet specifications confirmed ahead of next month’s launch

Last month, we learned that LG might bid farewell to the flagship LG G series and could introduce a mid-range smartphone under a new branding. LG later confirmed its plan to replace the G series with a new brand and gave us our first look at the LG Velvet, the first phone in the Velvet...

Motorola Edge, Motorola Edge+, and LG Velvet forums are now open

Motorola is back to the flagship smartphone market with the Motorola Edge and the Motorola Edge+. While the Motorola Edge is more of an upper midrange device sporting a Snapdragon 765G, the Motorola Edge+ brings the flagship might we haven't seen from the company in years. With a combo of bleeding-edge features with a Snapdragon...

The LG Velvet may support LG’s Dual Screen accessory and Active Pens

Rumors about LG planning to drop its flagship LG G-series lineup in favor of Snapdragon 700-series powered mid-range devices finally materialized earlier this month when the company shared sketches of its upcoming smartphone lineup. Soon thereafter, the company published a teaser video for the new LG Velvet that showed off the phone in its entirety....

LG shows off the design of its Velvet smartphone and confirms it has the Snapdragon 765

LG's smartphone business struggled in 2019, so the company is hoping to turn things around this year with an "offensive pricing policy" for "mass-premium and mass-tier 5G products." While the LG V60 ThinQ (our review) is definitely less expensive than its direct competitors, it's likely not what LG meant when they were talking about their...