With IFA 2017 a couple of weeks away, more information leaks of upcoming smartphones are starting to appear. LG is no exception, as a full render of the LG V30 has been shared online by the well-known account @evleaks. The full render shows how the phone will look like, ahead of its official announcement this 31 August.
Evan Blass (@evleaks) shared the full render onto his twitter account, leaving nothing to the imagination. Overall, the design of the phone looks like an evolution of the LG V20, rather than a revolution.
The phone looks to have similar screen design as the V20. The panel will be larger though; 6-inches rather than 5.7 inch in the previous model. The screen still sports an 18:9 ratio, which LG calls FullVision. The LG V30 also looks to feature a curved edge, ala Samsung Galaxy S8 (or perhaps a 2.5D screen instead).
A dual camera module sits at the back, with the main 16MP f/1.6 module paired with a wide-angle 13MP module. There is a separate flash unit, bucking the tradition of LG smartphone cameras.
Other features includes the USB Type-C port at the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the phone. The fingerprint scanner is still located at the back of the unit and is positioned at an optimal level with your forefinger.
As previously reported, LG’s UX 6.0+ will be the skin of choice for the phone, and the Floating Bar will replace the secondary display from the V20. Other goodies include Face Recognition, Voice Recognition and an updated Always-on Display.
We can expect more information to come in the coming weeks (like the battery capacity) as we near the launch date on August 31.
(Source : Evleaks )