We’ve seen a bunch of LG V30 image renders showing the tall near bezel-less display of late. And, most of these renders had the secondary display on top — something LG has included right from the beginning of its V series.
However, a new report from XDA Developers suggests that the company may get rid of the secondary display on the LG V30. This could possibly be due to the inclusion of a near bezel-less display like the one seen on the LG G6 which will, in turn, make the secondary display redundant.
The report also suggests that LG will be finally making a switch to the OLED panels with the LG V30. As for the specs, the report claims that the LG V30 will house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage (along with a slot for microSD card) hooked to it.
A recent leak revealed that the LG V30 will feature a glass and metal sandwiched body and that it will offer support for wireless charging.
The device is expected to come with a dual camera setup on the back along with a fingerprint scanner placed below it. LG is believed to launch the LG V30 at IFA 2017 event in September.
Source: XDA Developers