The LG V30 Will Have Two Sets Of Dual-Cam And A Snapdragon 835 Processor
LG releases two flagship phones year after year. There's the LG G-series and there's also the LG V-series. The company's V-series just started a couple of years ago and so far, the brand gets positive feedback from reviewers. In 2016, the LG V20 was released and now, the LG V30 is expected to follow last year's great phone.
LG Smartphones For 2017
According to the most recent rumors, the LG V30 will come with a very hefty set of specs to make up for its cousin's failure to provide the latest chipset. It's worth noting that the LG G6 was the talk of the town last week for its alleged failure to use Qualcomm's most high-end chipset for 2017, the Snapdragon 835. Apparently, Samsung is producing the said processor for Qualcomm and the Galaxy-maker want to keep the first batch of units to themselves for their own flagship release. The Galaxy S8 is also bound to be launched in a matter of weeks and so, Samsung has to take the first Snapdragon 835 chips for its own use.
LG V30 Specs
Since the LG G6 is already prepping up for a Q1 release, LG can no longer wait for the next batch of Snapdragon 835 chipsets. With that, the company will instead settle with last year's best processor, the Snapdragon 821. Nevertheless, the LG V30 will make up for it. Recent reports suggest that the new V-series phone from LG will use the Snapdragon 835 processor. It will also come with a giant RAM size of 6 GB and an improved set of cameras. Rumor has it that the LG V30 will have two dual cameras, one at the back and one at the front. This will be a big upgrade to LG V20's dual rear camera. It's still not clear though whether the series' iconic secondary screen will still be present in the LG V30 or not.
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