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LG V30 design confirmed, camera could also have f/1.6 aperture

LG V30 design confirmed, camera could also have f/1.6 aperture

V30 smartphone from LG is considered to be the most anticipated smartphone of the year 2017. The LG V30 allegedly won't go on sale until September 28, reports Android Authority. Though only available in the USA, sorry, United Kingdom punters, the handset proved popular with consumers and has, in recent years, allowed LG to develop two, distinct flagship brands. The group is expected to hold its press conference on 31 August 2017 very exactly, and this would be in the course of this event that the LG V30 would be presented.

The LG V30 is going to be unveiled at the end of August right as IFA kicks off.

Earlier this month, we got our first look at the upcoming LG V30 thanks to several leaked renders that showed off the handset from all angles.

The LG V30 has been headlining many major tech stories around the world.

LG's save the date for its rumored V30 reveal. It further hints that V30 could possible come with a 6-inch screen display. One feature that has been missing from this years' V-series smartphone from LG is that the company seems to have ditched the secondary screen. The newly introduced LG V30 floating bar is said to perform pretty much the same features. For your reference, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus have a f/1.7 aperture, which is considered to be wide enough for a smartphone camera.

LG did try spicing things up by coming in with a high-end version that packs a massive 6GB RAM alongside 128GB of internal storage, but this did little to change the performance levels of the Snapdragon 821 when compared to the Snapdragon 835. And the pressure's now on LG to get a big win here since its flagship LG G6 didn't reach sales expectations last quarter.

As for the other specs, we heard the smartphone will be equipped with an OLED display with 18:9 ratio.