LG is set to launch its big screen mobile worldwide with the launch at the IFA 2017, i.e., LG V30, which is a full vision QHD screen mobile. The company has also launched LG V30+ and the only difference is V30+ comes with 128GB storage.
The launch of the mobile is India is not confirmed. First the mobile will be available in its home country South Korea by September 21 and may enter other countries in the next weeks. The company has not given any information on the price point and its near price may be expected once it hits South Korean market.
The mobile is expected to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the upcoming Iphone 8.
Operating System processor:
The mobiles comes with latest Android Nougat 7.1.2 however since it’s a high end mobile and Android Oreo already launched, the mobile can come with an upgrade in a month or when it will hit the Indian market, it may come in-built.
The mobiles comes with Snapdragon 835 processor which is clocked at 2.4Ghz octa core processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB ROM which can be expanded to upto 2TB with the help of SD card.
Display, Camera and Video:
The Mobiles comes with 6 inch QHD(1440×2880) and OLED FullVision display screen with 538ppi. It boasts dual MP camera 16MP + 13MP rear camera with dual flash having f/1.9 aperture and 5MP front shooter with f/ 2.2 aperture wide angle (90 degrees).
Body, Battery and Weight:
It has 3300 mAh with quick charge facility and comes with fingerprint sensor at the back.
The mobile is 7.3mm thin and weighs around 158 grams.
LG V30 supports dual SIM. The phone supports 4G and Volte which is like a must for every mobile nowadays.
- Contains Hifi Quad DAC which helps in better audio recording and listening
- Google Daydream Compatible
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with 6GB RAM and also comes in 256GB variant. On camera front, Samsung boasts 12+12 MP main camera and 8MP front camera.
Both the mobiles also comes with some special features like in Samsung you can run two apps at the same time and LG V30 comes with Quad DAC + Daydream facility to enhance the videos.