Upcoming flagship device from LG i.e. LG V30 is scheduled to be officially unveiled on August 31 at IFA Berlin and we have already seen numerous rumours & leaks giving us good enough idea of what we can expect from it. Thanks to an accidental video and press render leak, we already know how LG V30 looks like from both front and back. Today we have an alleged real life image of LG V30 which shows the flagship device from the front revealing the FullVision display along with the bottom side.

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The alleged LG V30 image shows the front FullVision display with negligible bezels at sides and small bezels at top & bottom. ON Screen navigation buttons are visible on the Home screen while the USB C type port and speaker grills are visible at the bottom. We can also see a small portion of Antenna lines on the left bottom side. This leaked LG V30 image matches with the press render leaked by @evleaks sometime back, except the bezels that are visible on sides which are not there in the press render.


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LG V30 is rumoured to feature a QHD+ 6.0-inch FullVision OLED display with dual curved edges, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 835 processor along with 4 GB / 6 GB of RAM with upgraded Quad-DAC compared to LG V20 and may run on Android 8.0. Other rumours indicate 16 MP + 13 MP dual camera along with an enclosed 3200 mAh battery, a tall, narrow screen apart from the usual flagship like hardware. Rumours also suggest that the phone may come with Wireless Charging and IP68 Waterproofing.

Rumors indicate two models may be launched i.e. V30 and V30 Plus. In terms of pricing, they may cost $700 and $875 respectively and expected to be launched simultaneously on September 15 in South Korea and on September 30 in Germany.


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