LG has finally taken the covers off its latest big screen flagship at IFA 2017. Dropping its secondary screen that came with the V10 and V20, the new LG V30 now features an all-screen OLED FullVision display. It somewhat resembles closely with this year’s Samsung Galaxy flagships and it’s definitely better looking than the LG G6.
LG is launching its new V30 smartphone which would go head to head with the Galaxy Note8. To offer users an improved experience, LG has officially shared its new features that comes with its new UX 6.0+ UI.
The smartphone camera wars are heating up. While everyone’s fawning over the iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note8, LG just dropped a bombshell regarding their camera that makes things super interesting. The South Korean company just announced that their upcoming smartphone will have the fastest aperture lens on any smartphone yet.
The LG V30 is almost upon us and if there were any doubts about LG’s shift towards an OLED display for their upcoming smartphones, you can erase them now. LG has just confirmed that their upcoming device will feature the company’s first OLED Full Vision display and also that the display will be curved at the edges.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 isn’t the only phone getting early previews through leaked cases. Its home ground rival LG is also getting the same treatment through an online retailer that has started selling cases for the yet to be launched LG V30.
As we are going deeper into the second half of the year, LG Mobile will be launching a new phablet that will take on the upcoming flagships that will be announced in a couple of months time. This would include the usual big contenders like the Samsung Galaxy Note8 and the iPhone 7s/iPhone 8.
Invites for LG’s upcoming launch have gone out and it is clear that this would be their upcoming LG V30 flagship smartphone.
News and rumours have spread like wildfire that LG will be switching to OLED displays for their next two big flagship smartphones, ditching the LCD panels that currently occupy the G6. Although it’s an interesting move by the company, the thing I want to know is, would it matter to you?