LG V30's First Official Render Proves The Device Is A Stunner
The LG V30 is all set to get unveiled on August 31 at IFA in Berlin, but ahead of that, leaks are continuing to pour. However, a fresh leak brings a render photo of the LG V30, showing the device from all angles. The latest render hints almost a bezel-less display and the dual camera setup at the back of LG V30.
Reliable tipster Evan Blass has shared the LG V30 render on Twitter, and since his leaks proved to be true most of the time, this render could portray a fair picture of the official product at release two weeks later. The latest official render reveals a Silver color variant of LG V30 with an all-display in the front, no home button, and hardly any bezel in the top and bottom sides. The smartphone has a sleek metallic finish, with edges showing the antenna bands, NDTV reported.
From the render, one can see a horizontal dual camera setup at the rear side of the smartphone with the flash sitting beside it. There is also a fingerprint sensor sitting below the camera set up. The LG logo and smartphone name are also integrated at the rear side.
LG V30 is said to feature the company's custom Android UI, i.e. UX 6.0+, which has been optimized to work better with the OLED FullVision display, with the aspect ratio of 18:9. The company has also said that the UX 6.0+ is going to offer more personalization options to the users as well, as reported by Android Police.
The upcoming LG V30 smartphone is tipped to come in the Regular and Plus variant. The LG will be offering 64GB and 128GB internal storage for both Regular and Plus variants respectively. Both variants are expected to sport 6-inch OLED QHD+ Full Vision display. However, the major difference between both variants will be in audio department and wireless charging capabilities.
Both variants of the LG V30 smartphone are expected to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC. The upcoming LG V30 is expected to pack 6GB RAM and 3,200mAh battery, with wireless charging feature for the Plus variant.
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