Published: Wed, August 02, 2017
IT | By Jonathon Greene

LG V30 design confirmed, camera could also have f/1.6 aperture

LG V30 design confirmed, camera could also have f/1.6 aperture

We saw the LG V20 a year ago, but rumors say that the new phone may ditch one of the V series' defining features: the second screen. Every day we found some leak about the device on the web, Now according to the source LG V30 will go on sale on 15 september in Korea and on 28 September it will be launched in US.

Americans should be able to pre-order the device as early as September 17, 2017, and the deliveries are announced for September 28, 2017, the date of its sale overseas. And now talking about the new V30 smartphone, we have yet another leak and this time we have schematics confirming a few details about the smartphone. As LG is breaking Samsung's aperture feature consistency and supposedly bringing its third "V" series smartphone with even a larger aperture lens. The two images of the V30 match and looks a lot like the LG G6. An exact European launch date hasn't been revealed just yet, but Android Authority's source has a document that says it will launch globally. Following the official launch in Germany, the phone is expected to go on sale on September 28 in the USA, as revealed through an internal document. Although there was some speculation that the V30 might come out with a fresh new design in tow, the majority of recent leaks show that the V30 would most likely inherit LG G6's general looks. There is no information about the Storage and RAM of LG V30. The smartphone will sport a FullVision Display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, something similar to LG G6's display. There is no dual camera in LG V10 and LG v30, so a dual camera can be expected in LG V30. So for V30 we can expect the same display or may be a 6-inch display.

The LG V30 will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor clocked at 1.9GHz.

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