South Korean tech giants LG have been one of the busiest tech concerns in the world right now owing to the companies huge prowess surrounding their consumer electronics offerings. Now, in terms of the smartphone market LG have already made quite a number of significant developments with the company’s flagship G6 all set to be unveiled at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona which goes underway later this month. Now, asides from the G line-up another great highlight of LG’s smartphone repertoire is the V-series of premium smartphones by the company. Pegged as the most premium offering by the company, the V series by LG have sported the best in class specifications over the first two iterations and the forthcoming LG V30 smartphone does show quite a lot of promise.
Information pertaining to the V30 smartphone haven’t been available in truckloads as of yet but tech enthusiasts have put quite a number of points towards predicting what the premium smartphone is poised to offer once it is rolled out into the market.
LG V30 Key Points and Features
Now, smartphone displays have definitely been one of the highlights when a person goes device shopping and the V series have definitely not disappointed on this foray previously. One of the major highlights of the V10 and V20 smartphones by LG is the secondary displays sported by the devices. Now, according to a famous tech leaker named Evan Blass, the phone manufacturer plans to drop the secondary display for LG V30 and go in a different direction in terms of display aesthetics. The V30 is definitely expected to sport an OLED display panel with an edge to edge design and 100 screen to body ratio adding it to the list of devices opting to incorporate this technology this year.
In terms of processor, the LG V30 will house Qualcomm’s latest 10nm fabrication process, the Snapdragon 835 chipset which was launched in the market at the CES 2017 event in January. One of the most coveted chipsets in the market today, the 835 bears significant ramp ups from its predecessor, the Snapdragon 820 offering 27% faster optimal device performance along with a 40% more battery efficient features which contributes to long-lasting battery lives. Benchmark results for the processor leaked earlier this month has alleged that the 835 chipset has an octa-core design with a clock speed of 2.2GHz. The benchmark test also revealed the chipset will house an Adreno 540 GPU.
The LG V20 had been one of the first devices to feature a dual-lens camera setup post the iPhone 7 Plus and the phone’s upcoming successor from the South Korean company is pegged to improve on this hugely successful feature of the device. Treated as one of the main USPs of the LG V30 case, the new smartphone is expected to featured Sony manufactured dual 16Mp shooters on the rear panel with wide-angle viewing, mod-on Zoom, Professional camera mode and dual tone LED flash among other possible camera characteristics.