Seeking to retain its pedigree in the smartphone world, LG is taking some bold steps nowadays particularly in its flagship category; we’re talking about the LG V30, a smartphone that succeeds the popular V20.
Everything’s going bezel-less, so is the LG V30
Going by the caption, it’s true that the future flagships would feature less to no bezels at all. The LG V30 features a similar design to the LG G6 with extremely thin bezels while ensuring that its width and weight also remain within the realms of acceptability.
The V30’s done a splendid job by keeping its dimensions in check and on the other hand, provide a 6.0 inches P-OLED capacitive touchscreen with a 1440p HD resolution. P-OLEDs are said to offer better viewing from multiple angles while the HD resolution speaks for itself.
Dual-primary camera; any surprises here, no?
The smartphone featuring a splendid dual 13 megapixel primary sensor was somewhat a given. The camera not only features plenty of megapixels but when it comes to its features, we have OIS, 3 axis phase detection and autofocus. Combining with the huge megapixels on offer, this dual-sensor has the capability to easily rival the best out there.
Finally moving on from its insistence with 5 megapixels selfie sensors, the smartphone features an 8 megapixel sensor that ensures that your selfie needs get the attention they require.
Two powerful variants
The device comes in a 64GB internal storage plus 4GB RAM variant or an even mightier 128GB internal storage plus 6GB RAM one, both powered by an octa-core processor and running Android Nougat. You might have guessed it by that lag simply wouldn’t even tip-toe its way into your user experience. Featuring tremendous amount of internal storage already, it also houses an external card slot for anyone who falls short of what it offers. A back-mounted fingerprints scanner, fast charging, non-removable battery and USB type-C are its other notable mentions. For colour schemes, we have Titan Black, Silver and Pink.