LG’s V series is the company’s second major release in the fall. While LG’s G series makes headlines in the first half of the year as LG’s mass market flagship, the V series is LG’s second flagship device of the year aimed at the power user. Here's a look at the LG V30.
A gallery of alleged render images comes from @OnLeaks which is based on the some supposed CAD designs of what is said to be the LG V30. We see the V30 going the same fate as the LG G6, with LG opting for an integrated design with no removable battery, and a 6-inch 18:9 FullVision display with no sign of the V10 and V20’s secondary display.
On the back is LG’s dual camera setup, which we expect to be the same standard – wide angle lenses rather than two telephoto lenses that work together.
In addition, the LG V30 is tipped to have wireless charging. If so, we hope it’s not a regional difference like the LG G6 was. Finally, The V30 may be unveiled on August 31, the day before IFA 2017 starts.
Check out the source link for the full gallery of images.
Oled+always on... no need for second screen. More than that I'm eager to see if they use 1/3" or 1/2.3" sensor.
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