We’re definitely looking forward to seeing the all new LG V30 making its official debut, considering that a lot of rumors are pointing to a completely different device, compared to its predecessors.
To be more specific, it looks like the handset will actually ditch the secondary display, seen on the previous generations, and opt for a form factor similar to the LG G6. This is confirmed by what looks to be an official render of the device, posted by Twitter user ‘Ice Universe.’
But is the image for real?
Of course, since there’s no actual track record of this account, we have our doubts, but still, we must admit that the render displays a very good looking LG V30. With sharper corners than the Galaxy S8, it does resemble a bit Samsung’s flagship, while the LG logo is missing from the front of the handset, but we’re expecting to see it on the back.
Moving on, we can also see the volume up and down buttons on the left site, while the power/lock key isn’t visible, since they will most likely be placed on the back.
According to Android Headlines, the LG V30, which will make its debut on August 31, is situated between the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8+, in terms of size.
Top notch configuration, like expected
As for the rest of the specs, it will rock a 6.0″ P-OLED FullVision display, surrounded by very thin bezels. Under the hood, we could see a Snapdragon 835, aided by 6GB of RAM and 64 or 128 gigs of expandable storage.
The V30 will ship with a dual camera setup on the back, rocking two 13MP sensors, while the operating system will definitely be Android 7.1 Nougat, with LG’s custom UI on top.
Stay tuned, as we will be back with more details, as soon as anything new comes up!