With just a few days left for the launch, LG has announced a significant feature of the V30 flagship smartphone. The company says the upcoming V30 will come with the latest UX 6.0+ interface that has been optimized to work with the 18:9 OLED FullVision display.
LG’s V30 will be launched as early as later this month, in what is expected to be the company’s most advanced smartphone till date. However, according to report, the South Korean also plans to launch the V30 Plus edition on August 31 in Berlin. A report from South Korea’s ET News claims that the super charged version of the V30 will get 128GB storage and include wireless charging support.
LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone V30 will have an f1.6 aperture lens for one of its dual-cameras on the rear, the company has confirmed in a press statement. Its predecessor, the V20, came with a wide, f1.8 aperture. LG says the new lens will be have the largest aperture ever to be featured in a smartphone.
LG Q6 has been launched in India at Rs 14,990. This is the first smartphone in LG’s Q-series, and the it is available on Amazon in three colour options – astro black, ice platinum, and terra gold. LG Q6 is being dubbed as a sleek phone that “comfortably fits in one hand.”
The photos show off a smartphone that resembles the V30 with small bezels and a 18:9 aspect ratio. It appears to be a thin device, with the dual cameras and a fingerprint scanner on the back. On a closer look, one can also spot the ‘V’ branding on the back.
LG Q6 has been listed on Amazon India, and sale for the smartphone begin August 10. LG Q6 features a FullVision display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 like we saw in G6 smartphone. The Q6 is being touted as a sleek phone that “comfortably fits in one hand.”
LG has announced that it will bring the Q6 smartphone to India next week. LG Q6 is the first smartphone after the G6 to feature a FullVision display, essentially making it a mini G6. LG says the Q6 will be launched in India on August 10 as an Amazon exclusive.
LG has confirmed that its next-generation V30 flagship smartphone will feature an OLED display. The South Korean company shared some major details of its upcoming high-end premium device, ahead of the release on August 31 in Berlin.LG says the next flagship from the company will sport a “plastic OLED FullVision” display that’s going to be 6-inches in size.
LG’s next-generation V30 flagship smartphone could be with us sooner than expected. Although the phone won’t be unveiled before August 31 in Berlin, Android Authority reports that LG is planning to start selling the V30 starting September 28 in the US.
LG Display Co Ltd outlined plans to invest $13.5 billion to boost output of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens over the next three years, aiming to cement its lead in big panels for TVs and make inroads against rival Samsung in smartphone displays.
LG Q8, a new smartphone, which is a smaller version of the LG V20 flagship from last year, has been announced by the company. LG Q8 is currently listed on LG Italy website. . LG Q8 comes with a metal unibody design, and this phone is water, dust resistant with IP67 rating.
LG V30, company’s upcoming flagship smartphone, has been spotted on benchmarking site Geekbench. The V30 bears model number LGE LG-H932PR, and it will be powered by 1.9GHz Octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. The device has been listed running Android 7.1.2 Nougat.
LG Q6, a smaller version of company’s flagship G6 smartphone, was recently launched by the company. Now LG has put out an official promotional video highlighting FullVision display in Q6, its camera features, and the ability to use the device with one hand.
LG V30 is speculated to be unveiled ahead of IFA 2017 in Berlin, though exact date was unknown. Now according to a report, the upcoming flagship smartphone will be launched on August 31. LG has already started sending out save-the-dates invites for an event in Berlin, added the report.
As we are just over a month away from the release of LG V30, leaks continue to spread thick and fast. There are still some questions that need to be answered though, and now the V30 has been reproduced in a set of images based on factory CAD, this time courtesy of OnLeaks and MySmartPrice.