The LG Velvet may be the start of a new product roadmap for the folks at LG, but that doesn't mean that the Velvet won't borrow any features from devices that LG has released previously.
Newly-leaked photos show that the LG Velvet will get a Dual Screen case attachment, similar to the ones we saw for the LG V60 ThinQ 5G and LG G8X ThinQ. Shared on Twitter by @Boby25846908 (via SlashLeaks), the Velvet's Dual Screen attachment connects to the Velvet over USB-C.
On the back is LG's branding and a tall, pill-shaped cutout for the Velvet's Raindrop rear camera array. Around front there appears to be an outer cover display that could let you quickly check the time, date, notifications, and battery level without having to open up the case and wake your phone.
Meanwhile, a report from ETNews says that the LG Velvet will also include stylus support. It was discovered last month that the LG V60 ThinQ includes active pen support, but LG hasn't advertised this feature of the V60. The pen support on the V60 includes both the phone itself and the Dual Screen case.
LG has been touting the Velvet as a major new device, calling it the start of a new product roadmap with a new "minimalistic" design language. Despite that, LG may feel that it should add features that it's already got experience with like the Dual Screen accessory to build out the Velvet's feature set and make it more attractive to prospective buyers.
Despite LG's multiple teasers for the Velvet, the company hasn't said when it plans to actually launch this new device. Reports say that it could be released in Korea in mid-May, so it may not be long before we find out more about the Velvet.