paco2x, 13 Sep 2018I bet in 3 months LG will launch a V40S ThinQ. And after that a V45 with Snapdragon 855, but lets hope after that a V50 without a notch! :P
mr phone, 13 Sep 2018I meant lag after 2 years or so, because it is not top notch (like s845) apps will be bette... moreIt is fine apps are still not made to demand a lot. Hack there isn't even an app using the 845 to the max.. The V30 is also not underclocked as far as I know. Only heared the drivers aren't updated by LG, but maybe this is also only a rumor.
The G7 had the perfect dimensions but a subpar battery, now V40 seems to have a 158 mm length, isn't it difficult to carry such large phones esp to work, for males, now need to make shirt pockets that deep to accommodate such large phones , though ladies have their purses. A 155 mm length n less than 75 mm width is perfect for holding the phone. I have a note 9 and it ain't easy with a protective cover. I don't need a foot ruler..
mr phone, 13 Sep 2018doesn t the monochrome sensor make all photos overall better, because better black and white levels?Yes, technically it does help a bit, because the lack of the bayer filter, lets in more light, and can help in improving the dynamic range by blending details from the monochrome camera along with colour data from the regular camera.
However, as many people, reviewers and sites have pointed out, getting better low-light results doesn't really warrant a separate monochrome camera. Other approaches such a wider apertures (F-1.5), bigger pixel size (1.55um) or larger sensor sizes (1/2.3" sensor) are better and more efficient and effective. This is shown by devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and even the Google Pixel.
Plus, on it's own, a monochrome camera has limited useful scenarios. A more useful separate camera would be a telephoto or a wide-angle one.
Mapantz, 13 Sep 2018I have a V30+ which I bought back in December last year - simply the best device I have owned.... moreI meant lag after 2 years or so, because it is not top notch (like s845)
apps will be better and better after 2-3 years...more demanding.
question is, if the underclocked (closer to snapdrgon 821 than 835) v30 can hold up at least 2, 2.5 years of lagless experience in apps and games
mr phone, 13 Sep 2018any lg v30 users here? wanted to get one but it s spu is underclocked no idea why and it is su... moreI have a V30+ which I bought back in December last year - simply the best device I have owned. Battery life is superb! I don't get any of the 'lag' that you're describing, it's as nippy now as it was when I first switched it on.
any lg v30 users here? wanted to get one but it s spu is underclocked no idea why and it is subpar to all other s835 chipsets add that to the fact that it is 1 year old...
not good if u plan on keeping a phone 2-3 without lag
So, there it is. Normal low aperture camera, telephoto and wide angle.
But we'll get a 3300 mAh battery
Shameless ripoff on Huawei's triple camera setup. But it compensates with the retention of wide angle camera!
Whackcar, 13 Sep 2018The V40 is shaping up to be a good phone overall. LG always messes up the battery capacity, so... moreThe V30 had an excellent battery capacity and endurance. What are you talking about?