The V series has been kind of an underdog for large powerful and uncompromising Android phone since its launch, the last phone was notable for its secondary display, dual camera setup and metal body and now that a year is over since the launch, LG is prepping to aim at upcoming Galaxy Note 8. LG V30 is finally about to launch in Berlin on 31 August. Just today, some leaked renders of the upcoming phone were shared by well known tipster Evan Blass which show the phone in all its glory.
The new leak coming from highly reliable Evan Brass has shown an all-round look of the device. It has only a slight nominal holding grip on its top and bottom edges while it does go total bezel-free from its sides. However, another highlight of this smartphone is its dual camera setup, which will probably function similar to recently launched LG G6. Also, it has a sleek metallic finish, antenna curves on left and right, volume rocker on left edge and SIM slot on the right.
To offer an operating versatility LG has its own Android based OS that will include in this phone as UX 6.0+. Arguably it is designed to be more suiting to 18:9 aspect ratio in smartphone screen.
Two variants, akin to other leading companies, are offered by this flagship, regular and plus having 64 and 128 GB of internal storage respectively. While both will variants will come with a 6 inch OLED QHD Display, supposedly the plus will excel in the audio department. Both have processor Snapdragon 835 SoC, 16 and 13 megapixel camera for rear and front as well as an impressive 6GB RAM powered by 3300 mAh batteries. In Indian currency, those smartphones are to be priced around 44,900 and 56,100 respectively, which is roughly almost $700 and $875. This is not the first time LG V30 has been leaked, and it will be interesting to see how it will compare against upcoming Note 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.