The LG V30 marks two important firsts for fun and usability Ė itís the companyís first Daydream-compatible phone and itís the first device to support T-Mobileís new 600MHz band. (Note: the Galaxy Note8 was rumored to also support 600MHz, but it lacks the crucial Band 71).
The V30 is LGís first OLED-packing phone in a while Ė P-OLED specifically, which LG tells us is a kind of AMOLED. And itís HDR-enabled meaning it can better handle the advanced lighting of modern games. Anyway, itís large, high-resolution display in a fairly compact body. And thereís Snapdragon 835ís Adreno 540 GPU to push VR graphics. By the way, the Google Daydream View headset is $75 on Amazon.
As for the new LTE band, T-Mobile got the drop on its US competition and the new 600MHz network is already in one location Ė Cheyenne, Wyoming Ė launched a week ago. The lower frequency will allow cell towers to cover more territory and reception in-doors is much better.
For more on the LG V30, check out our hands on.
Kudos LG for being first on the 600 band. Nice phone to consider even tho i'm not fond of the 18:9AR. I still have some key upcoming phones like ( Huawei Mate 10, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, Pixel 2XL, Nokia 9, ZTE Axon 8 ???, Sony etc) to look at b4 i settle o...
nice touch LG !!! whit such 600 MHz band.