South Korean tech giants LG have been one of the most prominent companies when it comes to making the highlight today and with the MWC 2017 just around the corner, LG has been reportedly kept very busy owing to the launch of their flagship device later this month. The LG G6 is as good as launched the the question now is, which device will tech enthusiasts turn to for their speculating processes? Well the answer is there with the South Korean giants only as the company has already opened up plans regarding the release of a possible LG V30 smartphone slated to appear sometime later this year itself.
Now, there have been various concerns pertaining to what the LG v30 is slated to sport and tech enthusiasts have come up with quite a significant wish list pertaining to what the next premium device from LG is about to offer. Now, with the latest advancements in technology being rolled out by the day, there isn’t a doubt in the fact that the LG V30 will feature the best in class technology for today.
Let’s have a look at exactly what the LG V30 smartphone is pegged to feature:
- The LG V30 will definitely sport an upgrade from the V20’s Snapdragon 821 to the latest 10nm Snapdragon 835 chipset from Qualcomm which was manufactured in collaboration with Samsung and launched at the CES 2017 event earlier in January 2017. The new fabrication process from Qualcomm is said to provide a 27% ramp up in power from its predecessor also providing 40% more efficient batter backup. The Snapdragon 835 processor is also slated to bring in support for the Qualcomm QuickCharge 4.0 which will reportedly charge your phone 60% in a matter of five minutes.
- The V30 will reportedly retain the 5.7inch QHD display from its predecessor bit will reportedly incorporate OLED panels into the device giving way to the technology that LG has had in works for quite some time now. The LG V30 is expected to sport an edge to edge display sporting 100% screen to body ratio completely eliminating bezels in the front panel of the device. Furthermore, the V30 is also expected to sport a fingerprint scanner on the rear device panel and an iris scanner to ensure further security of the high end feature.
- The LG V30 is also reportedly set to ditch the secondary display, which were the highlights of the first two iterations of the V30. Now, the South Korean giants have already expressed their plans of redesigning the next iteration of the V series of smartphones and apparently the secondary display does not feature in their plans at all.
- The LG V30 is expected to retain the dual-lens camera setup which featured earlier in the V20 smartphone. Although a ramp up in the sensor count is more or less expected, there might not be any major advancements over the V20’s camera.