LG is working on a new premium smartphone, the V30, which it plans to release during IFA event in September. A new leak has emerged showing render images of LG V30.
The images, if turn out to be true, will inject a breath of fresh air in the stagnant smartphone market. The most noteworthy feature of LG V30 apart from the bezel-less display, as seen in the leaked renders, that catches our attention is the secondary display. The renders also show dual rear cameras and centrally placed front camera on V30.
The render also reveals that the speaker grill, USB type-C port and the 3.5mm headphone jack have all retained the same position just like in the LG V20. The fingerprint scanner on V30 will be placed at the rear below the dual cameras.
Speaking of the secondary display, we have seen LG bring this feature to LG V10 and LG V20 where it was used to show notifications and app icons when the primary screen is off. But the secondary display on LG V30 could have a much more versatile use. This can be inferred from two design patents filed by LG last year.
Past rumors have hinted at the upcoming premium LG phone being honored with an OLED panel unlike the IPS one found on the flagship. The LG V30 is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 6GB of RAM. It may also feature the audio DAC from the V20.