According to a new report, LG V30 will launch in South Korea on September 15th with the handset hitting retail in the U.S. on 28th September. Dual cameras are likely to remain a feature, though unlike past years, we're not likely to see that dual-display which the earlier V models had.
LG is all set to unbox its next generation V30 smartphone in Berlin on August 31.
So, if the report is meant to be true, then LG V30 will have large aperture lens, which could theoretically make it an ideal for low-light photography.
From a design perspective, there could be a slight number of cosmetic changes that we can expect from the V30 and if that happens, it could become a worthy competitor to the Galaxy Note 8.
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Ever since rumors were swirling around, the hyped-up device, LG V30 has been "the" news.
LG V30 is the third smartphone in the V series of LG. Rumours further hint that the phone may come be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor, just like the he Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC U11, Xiaomi Mi 6 and OnePlus 5. LG might be thinking along the same lines, because according to a leaked image, the V30 might not feature a secondary display, thus signaling the end of such displays in the company's phone lineup. While waiting for confirmation, (re) discovers our grasp of the LG Q6, mini version of the LG G6. But for RAM it is expected that the phone will come up with 4GB or 6GB RAM and for storage, the phone may come with 64GB or 128GB.
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