LG's V30 will be world's first phone with f/1.6 lens
Aug 12 2017 by Joanne Wise
The announcement of the smartphone is scheduled for August 31 and will be held in Berlin at the IFA show in 2017, and its sales will start on September 15 in South Korea, and the mobile phone will arrive on September 30.
While everything about the Galaxy Note 8 is building good hype for the phone just ahead of its launch on August 23, LG is coming up with a move that might just create some confusion among potential buyers. However, LG plans on doing away with that concept in the favor of something known as a "floating display.' Additional details regarding this are not yet known but many tech people suggest that the apparent 'floating display" is going to serve the same functionality as the secondary display.
But LG isn't a pro at this game like Samsung. We'll just have to wait and find out how this one turns out.
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Sources indicate that this is all part of a dedicated goal on LG's part to drive up sales by offering a range of features and prices, hitting the sweet spot among multiple tiers of consumers who have varying needs. Aimed for the South Korean market, it won't differ much from the LG V30: aside from basically sporting the same bezel-busting design, it will also have the same internals, as in a Snapdragon 835 chip, 6 gigs of RAM, and a 3,200mAh battery powering the lights. If rumours are to be believed, the LG V30 might be around 700 Dollars while the LG V30 Plus might be around 850 USD. The V30 display can also feature an inset camera similar to the one seen on the essential phone. That being said, the V30 will also have to go some way in improving on the design, which I felt took a step back past year with the big and chunky V20.
As can be recalled, there was a lot of debate regarding this subject of specs for this smartphone in the recent past. The report is not really clear on this part, saying that the two devices will have these differences in place, but not saying which device will be getting what.