LG V flagship lineup is known for some unique and innovate things. If you have ever used LG V device you would definitely liking its uniqueness. LG’s first V line-up smartphone was V10 which was announced back in 2015 with secondary display which was placed above primary panel. To recall its use, company’s main idea behind implementing it to provide enhanced experience without any interference on main display. This feature also got good response from its consumers.
LG again did it with V20 with some improvements overs debut version. Now according to a new report from, xda-developer claims, the company will be ditching the secondary display with LG V30.
Other claim from this report is upcoming LG V30 will sport a OLED panel rather than using traditional LCD. well, it is not surprising at all as we are already seen increasing demand of OLED panels, even Apple is also looking forward to OLED who was using LCD panels from decades. Also some sources claims, LG would be going through 18:9 aspects ratio , similar to G6 but taller screen is expected.
Apart from that, Snapdragon 835 Chipset is almost confirmed by the given time of its release. In terms of storage, their might be 64GB of internal storage coupled with 4GB RAM even the company could go further to 128GB base variant. Still their are some doubt remains about its battery and some other unique features can take place.