You might have noticed that there are so many flagship mobile phones coming up in these months like OnePlus 5, Nokia 8, Galaxy Note 8 and others of no reputation. LG has also seized its chance beyond doubt in such a mobile feast and prepare for the debut of LG V30. Don't miss this review if you're interested in this flagship.
It's rumored that the LG V30 will be unveiled at consumer electronics show IFA on August. 31 ETNews claimed ahead of time that the LG phone would be be announced at the show from 1 to 6 September in Berlin, and LG has sent out save-the-dates for an event on 31 August in Berlin, which is the press day. Also, a new rumor suggests the phone will be ready to go on sales on September 28.
Full Spec of LG V30
Early on Twitter, a person leaked out an outline of a LG device which is possibly believed to be the LG V30. The flagship phone will look almost identical to the G6, meaning the removal of the secondary display of prior V-series devices to make room for a bezel-less display.
Later on Twitter, another guy posted such an image with content like: Weekend bonus: this is an old-ish mockup of Project Joan, a.k.a. the LG V30. Not clear if the project is still headed in this direction. As we can see, LG seems to make a smartphone with a large main display and a secondary panel. The LG V30 is expected to drop the secondary display from its V-series predecessors in favor of a 6.0-inch 2:1 aspect ratio Full Vision OLED display. Like the G6, the V30 will have a new integrated design with a non-removable battery and water resistance.
LG V30, as a flagship smartphone, is supported to arrive with flagship specs. Due to the supply problem, LG G6 has to equip with Snapdragon 821 processor. However, the problem is solved and LG V30 will be having the newer Snapdragon 835 inside with 4 GB or 6 GB RAM depending on which phone you'd like, 64G or 128G storage. There is for sure a microSD slot to offer storage expansion.
Speaking of battery, the LG V20 had a removable 3200mAh capacity, while the LG G6 has a non-removable 3300mAh capacity so we'd hazard a guess the V30 will have a similar capacity, though we'd expect it to be non-removable this time round.
Since LG has a special favor over dual rear camera, we expect LG V30 will also be coming with a dual rear camera.
Yes, LG might get bored with the double sensor thing, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? What sensor sizes will be on board the V30 have yet to be rumoured, but we wouldn't be surprised to see it follow in the footsteps of the G6, like the V20 did with the G5.
If this is the case, there could be two 13-megapixel sensors on the rear, one of which would be a wide angle lens, along with features including optical image stabilisation and phase detection autofocus. The G6 has a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper, as does the V20, but we wouldn't be too surprised to see the resolution increase slightly for the V30.
The LG V models have been all about video capture in the past, so we'd expect this to remain a feature, supported by strong audio too.
The LG V30 is highly likely to run Android 7.1.1 (Nougat). As a phone is releasing later this year, it's not at all surprising that it comes with nougat. What we truly expect is whether LG will bring any sparking features for users this time.
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