Smartphone camera lenses are mentioned usually if they have an impressively wide aperture or bear a famous brand name. But have you actually seen a phone camera lens? The LG V30 includes a glass element in its lens assembly to improve image quality and boasts the widest aperture on a smartphone yet – f/1.6 – plus OIS. A lot of things to cram in such a small package and now you can see it all taken apart on video.
As for the phone itself, it has a fairly repair-friendly design. No, the battery is not user-replaceable like on previous V-series phones. And a cracked screen likely mean that the whole front panel has to be swapped.
On the plus side, LG used bog-standard Philips head screws. Also, the V30 is built in layers that are connected to those above and below them with pogo pins, reducing the number of ribbon cables necessary.
For example, the wireless charging coil and the fingerprint reader are both connected via pogo pins. More complex components like the screen or cameras do need ribbon cables, though.
Watch the video to see the whole disassembly process unfold, including the promised tour of the camera’s innards.
Basically every single time. But since this one is a paid video he obviously went more in depth. I don't really see the problem with it, everyone has to make money somehow. Zack is one of the YouTuber's that isn't afraid to say what they think, provi...
Does the narrator sound like Joshua Vegra from Android Authority?
If someone invite you to talk about their product, would you talk about the pro or con? Most likely he feel that the camera is main pull factor for Lg V30