Published: Wed, August 02, 2017
Industry | By Faith Ward

LG V30: Leaked image from owner's manual confirms the phone's familiar design

LG V30: Leaked image from owner's manual confirms the phone's familiar design

As a result, the tech giant has reportedly chose to debut the LG V30 a little earlier in South Korea than other markets so as to make up for this lost ground. LG's second flagship device of the year, the phone has been spotted in numerous leaks in the past.

Ahead of its official reveal at this year's IFA Conference on August 31st, LG's new V30 smartphone might have had its launch date leaked. While the large aperture lens is reported to be used in LG V30's primary camera, the secondary rear camera will use a wide angle lens.

The LG V30 has been headlining many major tech stories around the world.

LG V30 may not come with its signature secondary display, which was seen on the V20.

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The huge design changes to the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 have been dominating smartphone discussions lately and as it is, the South Korean companies will not be leaving behind their newly found smartphone designs when they release the LG V30 and Galaxy Note 8.

If the rumor turns out to be true, then it will be the first time the countries in Europe will be getting an LG V-series in hand. 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.

Recollecting some previous rumours, the LG V30 will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor clocked at 1.9GHz.

Still, all the important elements are there, from a smoothly curved body to slim screen borders, a familiar but lightly revamped rear-facing dual cam setup, circular fingerprint scanner and LG logo. There could be a slight number of changes, such as increasing the screen-to-body-ratio in order to make it more aesthetically appealing to customers and to compete against the Galaxy Note 8, which is going to be unveiled this month. Some hints at Daydream support, while other rumorus suggest the coming of an OLED display for the V30.

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