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Hot on the heels of LGs latest flagship – the LG V20 which is, incidentally, coming to Australia – LG has announced the release of a smaller variant of the device in Japan, named the LG V34.

What’s different between a V20 and a V34 other than 14? Let’s find out.

The V34 (seriously what’s up with this naming scheme?) is basically the same device as the V20 but features a more compact 5.2-inch body and a slightly reduced 3000mAh battery.

Apart from that, it’s sporting all the same specs – including a QHD display, the V series’ famous secondary display, fingerprint sensor, Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM and Android 7.0 out of the box. It’s unclear if the V34 will be released anywhere outside of Japan, but with those specs at that size there could be some demand for the device.

Would you be interested in the LG V34 if it came to Australia? Let us know below.

Source: 9to5Google.
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Brett H
Brett H
3 years ago

If it had a 5.5″ screen then I would be interested but 5.2″ is no bigger then my s6 edge. So V20 it is for me.

David Griffiths
David Griffiths
3 years ago

The LG V34 has an embedded battery, right? So not technically it’s 100% the same specs as LG V20…?

Amol Ghodke
Amol Ghodke
3 years ago

Yes I want it for sure

OzPup
OzPup
3 years ago

Would buy this in a heart beat. Will probably be grabbing a v20 but the size does concern me!

Clyde Jones
Clyde Jones
3 years ago

chances are it’ll be an ‘exclusive’ to either JB or Telstra. Which means very little sales

OzPup
OzPup
Reply to  Clyde Jones
3 years ago

Chances are it will remain a Japan exclusive!

Sammy
Sammy
3 years ago

Snapdragon 820 = Fail

Ali Kaddouh
Ali Kaddouh
3 years ago

I love the 5.7 inch phone

AdamM
AdamM
3 years ago

I’d be much more interested in the V34 than the V20. A 5.2″ screen seems a nice compromise to me.

TheDeviant
TheDeviant
Reply to  AdamM
3 years ago

Agreed, It’d be the G5 without the bootloop + Nougat

AdamM
AdamM
Reply to  TheDeviant
3 years ago

It’s meant to be IP67 rated too!