Europe could be getting the LG V20 after all, according to new trademark



With the reveal of the LG V20 earlier this year, the company confirmed that it had no plans to offer the LG V20 at launch in Europe. That was unfortunate news for our friends across the pond who enjoy phones with large screens, but according to a new trademark discovered by GSM Arena, the LG V20 may be headed to Europe after all.


The trademark is for a phone dubbed the LG V20 S and while there are no specs mentioned in the trademark, LG has a history of bringing their flagship phones to Europe with less than great specs. The LG G5 SE that debuted in Russia last year featured a Snapdragon 652 instead of its bigger Snapdragon 820 cousin, with only 3GB of RAM instead of the 4GB found in the regular LG G5.

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