LG is entering a very competitive market by launching its newest high-end phone V30. It is identical to LG G6, which was largely overshadowed by the Samsung Galaxy S8 when both handsets launched earlier this year. However, the V30 feels like a significant step up.
It is a good looking phone with6.0 inch 2880×1440 pixels 18:9 resolution AMOLED. The display is now OLED rather than LCD, so the LG V30 will work with the Google Daydream VR headset. The V30 screen has a similar 18:9 aspect ratio with a small top, bottom, and side bezels. It also curves down and into the edges while the LG G6 has a flat display. Compared to the V20, the V30 is narrower, shorter, and thinner, so it is a more pocket device.
One of the biggest points of LG V30 is its camera. It comes with a combination of a 16-megapixel sensor with optical image stabilisation with a 13 mega pixel wide angle sensor camera. LG has also involved a feature and named it “Cine Video mode”, which allows the user to zoom in on any subject in the frame and apply their choice of 15 filters to the footage. The users will be able to watch that footage on the V30’s large 6-inch, 2,880 x 1,440 “FullVision” OLED display, which covers most of its front face.
The LG V3o is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, and you can choose between 64GB and 128GB of internal storage.
LG V30 has water and dust-resistant to have a face- and voice-recognition technology and a fingerprint sensor and are available in black, silver, blue and purple colour schemes.
Experience HI-FI Audio
The LG V30 has a quad-DAC, experience. Even if high-quality audio files are not downloaded to your device, you can still experience quality audio output thanks to the Quad DAC and standard 3.5mm headset jack.
The V30 is coming out in South Korea first, on 21 September. LG has not yet announced how much it will cost.