In fact, LG V30 will be a descendant of the flagship G6 of the same brand, and the screen will also have his Full Vision, only this time we will have 6-inch panel with a resolution of Quad HD+. With the bezel movement, the LG logo is now moved to the back of the device. Also, the invitation clearly states that the device to launch is the LG V30, and not something else.
On first glance, the LG V30 seems to have thinner bezels, just like the LG G6.
Like all the other V Series model, the V30 will come with an all glass design. A recent post from Gordon-Levitt discusses HitRecord's partnership with LG for the third year in a row to provide LG devices in order to help users capture videos for upcoming projects. In one of the videos, the camera app appears to be similar to the ones found on LG's most current phones. Next up, the LG V30, which would be in competition with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is in production phase now, and recently an image leak of the smartphone has emerged. A source confirms that LG has done away with the second screen in favor of a floating bar for quicker access.
The key differentiating factor between this new phone and its predecessor is its reported OLED display, as opposed to LCD. Well apparently neither did a few users on Joseph Gordon-Levitt's collaborative video site HitRecord, when they started posting videos showing off the rumoured LG V30. And with the OLED display and now the secondary display being taken off, the smartphone will definitely save a lot of battery life. It's not yet clear whether the same will be true for the LG V30. As stated in the description before us is a prototype mobile phone that also has dual camera and a fingerprint scanner.
There are still many more unknown details regarding the LG V30 despite the leaked videos from HitRecord, so fans of the smartphone line still have a lot to look forward to for the device's official announcement.