LG's V30 will be world's first phone with f/1.6 lens

Yolanda Curtis
August 12, 2017

LG's optimism is commendable, but it doesn't seem too confident with its plans for LG V30 Plus.

There will be an LG V30 Plus, and it will also be shown off at the end of August.

The South Korean phone vendor teases that the device "will include the world's largest aperture and clearest lens ever to be featured in a smartphone". The company's next premier handset, the LG V30, will be made official on August 31 at IFA in Berlin, but LG's making sure everyone knows its biggest selling point today: the camera. The report mentions that some of the functions, such as the audio system and wireless charging support, may differ on the two variants of the smartphone. If rumours are to be believed, the LG V30 might be around 700 Dollars while the LG V30 Plus might be around 850 USD. As for the specifications of the upcoming V30 Plus smartphone, the device is expected to be quite similar to the V30 device. The LG V30 phone will come storage capacity 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB that can be further extended via SD card. Additionally, the two smartphones are said to have more than one difference when it comes to their features.

On the other features of the phone, LG also announced via the press release that the V30 and other future LG devices will come with Immersion's TouchSense technology for high-definition haptics. Both devices will have very minimal bezels, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 6 GB of RAM, along with a 3,200 mAh battery.

LG did the same with the LG G6, with the LG G6 Plus offering more storage and some improvements such as better audio quality, additional colors, and B&O headphones included in the box.

As we have already told you that LG will launch its high-end smartphone V30 this month.

Even though LG is planning to launch the V30 Plus a week after Samsung Galaxy Note 8's release, both phones will be available simultaneously in their home country South Korea. According to rumors, the new LG V30 will be equipped with more and better protection against water and dust to standard IP68.

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