As LG exited the smartphone business, consumers never got to see the brand’s Velvet 2 Pro and LG Rollable phones. Yet a limited number of the phones were made and now tipster @FrontTron is reporting that LG employees in South Korea have the exclusive opportunity to purchase either of the unreleased devices.
LG Velvet 2 Pro (LG Universal 2nd Gen, LG Rainbow, LM-V700N)Unlocked unitApprox. 3000 unitsResale prohibitedBlack, Bronze, IvoryAvail. only to Korea LG employees (max. 2 unit per person)Around USD 170Around 6 months of After Service (while parts last)
No software updates pic.twitter.com/mSuRpUQDa8
— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) May 15, 2021
The pricing and unit quantity details on the LG Rollable are not revealed but there’s solid info on the Velvet 2 Pro. According to the leak LG is offering approximately 3000 units to its employees at $170 per device. Employees are allowed to buy no more than two units with resale strictly prohibited. The devices will be eligible for 6 month hardware warranty or while parts last and will understandably not receive any software updates.
More info:Pressure-sensitive touch sensor button for Volume and Power2 official jelly case includedWaterdrop notchColor: Black (Glossy)Beige (Glossy)Bimetallic Bronze (Two-tone: Camera-Glossy, Back-Matte)
Lots of LG employees are interested to buy the last LG phone. https://t.co/VguMhlR9BD pic.twitter.com/PV03FuLllh
— Tron ❂ (@FrontTron) May 16, 2021
The Velvet 2 Pro is available in Black, Bronze, Ivory colors and we get a close look at the back of the Ivory white model. The design is quite similar to the first-gen Velvet with a triple camera setup though the lenses seem to protrude a tad more on this version. The phone is also said to feature pressure sensitive volume and power buttons.