One day after LG revealed its newest mid-range device, images and details of the company’s next flagship may have leaked.
Renders of the LG V30 that are based on factory CAD details have surfaced. Shared by @OnLeaks and MySmartPrice, the images show a device that’s reminiscent of the LG G6 in design. It’s packing a tall display with slim bezels, a metal frame, and a dual rear camera setup with a fingerprint reader below it.
Spec details for this LG V30 are light, but it’s rumored that the display could measure in at around 6 inches. One of the most notable details is that the V30 may ditch the secondary screen above the main display that the V10 and V20 had before it. We can also see a charging port and speaker on the bottom of the phone and a 3.5mm headphone jack up top.
Given that the V series are flagship devices for LG, it’s likely that we’ll see the LG V30 come to market with specs that include a Snapdragon 800 series processor, at least 4GB of RAM, and a Quad HD display resolution. It’d be interesting to see LG ditch the secondary display on the V30 since that was one of the main features of the V10 and V20, but maybe LG is trying to simplify things with the V30 like it did when it ditched modules going from the G5 to the G6.
What do you think of this alleged LG V30?