LG V30 or LG V30 Plus Which One is Better?

Nichole Vega
August 18, 2017

LG V30 and LG V30 Plus is expected to have all the necessary features along with some exciting features which will make it stand out of the crowd.

Factory CAD-based renders, schematics allegedly pulled from official user manuals and blurry hands-on pics are nice and all, but there's nothing quite like an ev-leaked batch of press-friendly renders to hype you up for a high-profile flagship smartphone announcement. So nothing surprizing about the LG V30.

LG announced recently that it will be using a 6-inch P-OLED display for the V30, which comes with a screen resolution of 2,880 x 1,440 and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The sides of the device look stunning with a glossy finish. The LG logo and smartphone name are also integrated at the back.

Camera: The device might sport a dual-lens 13MP + 13MP camera on the rear and a 16MP selfie snapper. We can also see that the V30 renderings show dual real cameras and a fingerprint scanner in the center of the device, below the camera lenses.

As seen from the photo, the LG V30 seems to be a matured iteration of the G6 (review), albeit with a bigger FullVision display.

The leaker, who also turns out for VentureBeat, has had exclusive access to images of the LG V30, giving us an idea of what the South Korean company has been working on for months now. Android Authority pointed out that the device doesn't appear to have a power button.

Being an OLED device, the always on display feature will be present in the LG V30.

The V30 takes an interesting step in the V series, ditching the secondary display that made the V10 and V20 such interesting devices. People can see the time and date information in this kind of display, or may even customize it to set up a picture and other items to be displayed.

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