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02 August 2017, 12:15 | Deanna Wagner
LG V30 will be released on 15th September in Korea, in US on 28th
As for its worldwide release, LG V30 units should be on sale beginning September 28, if the Android Authority's source is to be believed. The closest look came earlier today when the user manual leak gave us a clear look at the phone.
LG is all set to unbox its next generation V30 smartphone in Berlin on August 31.
With the LG V30 slated for an August 30 announcement, it's only natural for more and more leaks and rumors to start popping out.
The renowned leaker OnLeaks has suggested that the LG V30 would come with wireless charging, a dual rear camera setup and a rear fingerprint scanner.
The LG V30 is then expected to launch in the United States on September 28 but no word for any European, other Asian country or Canadian release dates.
A f/1.6 lens is also quite rare in the camera world at large, making the V30 camera quite a special one. LG has relied on LCD display in the past and it seems that the brand is finally moving towards the OLED display panel for its next flagship device. The secondary screen will be replaced with a LG V30 floating bar.
It's expected to be the first LG phone to feature an OLED display, which should come in around the 6-inch mark, and like the G6 will have no physical buttons on the front. Sadly, no secondary ticker display is seen, which spells bad news for this hallmark feature of the V-series.
LG posted a loss of about $117 million for the second quarter, attributing the weak performance to weaker than expected sales for its premium smartphones along with the increase in costs of components. When it comes to the phone's SoC, the V30 could be powered by the Snapdragon 835. For your reference, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus have a f/1.7 aperture, which is considered to be wide enough for a smartphone camera. We can expect this smartphone to have upto 6GB of RAM as well since that more or less looks like a very common thing now.
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