LG V30 arrives in September with dual front and rear cameras

LG anticipates everyone and towards the beginning of August will unveil to the world the new LG V30: on board we find the Snapdragon 835 processor and also 6GB of RAM

LG is ready to further overheat the summer of smartphone fans. The South Korean giant is ready to launch the new LG V30 on the market in early August, thus anticipating even Samsung that towards the end of the summer should present to the world its Galaxy Note 8.

And the news would not be finished. According to a source inside the Seoul-based company, by January 2018 LG will also put LG G7 on the mobile market. The most interesting news, however, concerns LG V30, for the moment. The smartphone is the successor to the LG V10 (released in 2015) and LG V20 (released in October 2016). LG V20 was the first phone to run with the Nougat version of Android. Obviously excluding Google smartphones. On the other hand, on the LG V30 it is still unclear whether or not the latest Android O will be installed at launch. Apart from this unclear feature the other specifications of the LG smartphone are very interesting.

LG V30 Features

Let's start with the screen, which will be OLED. According to the source who released these rumors, the display will be made by LG itself. Some rumors circulated on the Net in recent days had even spoken of a screen with OLED technology and curved. But at the time this detail has not found much confirmation. This would be a leap forward compared to LG G6 that mounts an LCD screen. Obviously, given the different dimensions, it is normal that the new smartphone from the house of LG points everything on a large display and without bezels. Also different are the features found on board the device. Compared to LG G6 that mounts chipset Snapdragon 821 on LG V30 we will find the Snapdragon 835. In support of the Qualcomm processor also 6GB of RAM.

Double camera front and rear

As for the photo department we will have a dual camera in both the rear and front of the phone. LG has wisely chosen the beginning of August for the launch of its smartphone. In this way, the company plans to anticipate the cutthroat competition from other manufacturers in the fall. In September, in fact, Apple will present the new iPhone Edition of the Decade. A little earlier Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 8 while in October Google will unveil the new Pixel.