LG might have halved the number of screens on its latest flagship phone, the V30, but customers shouldn't be left wanting for fancy new technology: the phone now has an OLED display, just like LG's TVs, and cameras created to make home videos looks like real movies.
The first thing you'll notice about the LG V30 is that it's very similar to the G6, with its beautifully large, almost bezel-less display - a screen that stretches to nearly every corner of the device. LG has introduced a "floating bar" in place of the secondary screen.
The G6 was a pleasure to hold, and the V30 is better still, as the new handset sports a much slimmer, lighter body - it's 5g lighter than its predecessor (158g) and 5mm thinner, (just 7.4mm) - all with the same brushed-metal finish that makes it look and feel premium in the hand. The 16 mp rear camera has f/1.6 aperture combined with a 13mp camera with f/1.9 aperture, the highest you could find in a smartphone.
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But that's where the similarity ends. The LG Cine Video app comes with professional settings like Cine Effect which adds 15 cinematic hues on to the recorded video and Point Zoom which allows you to zoom in on any subject without any zooming distortion regardless of its position in the frame.
The V30 also contains a Cine Video feature which LG claims enables users to produce "movie-like" videos.
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AT&T: AT&T has announced plans to carry the LG V30 this fall, though no pricing or availability details were given. The LG V30 is IP68 water and dust resistant, supports Quick Charge 3.0, voice, face and fingerprint recognition and will be sold in Aurora Black, Cloud Silver, Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet colour variants. Its processing requirements are handled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU with 4GB of RAM running on Android Nougat. While the Android Oreo has launched and will available as first on Google Pixel is notable. This is complemented with a crystal clear glass lens, laser autofocus, and both optical - and electronic image stabilisation. Nonetheless, LG has delivered what it had promised with the V30 and surely looks good for now.
Speaking of battery, while the LG V30 holds a 3300 mAh power source, the battery is unfortunately not removable. LG G6 was good in terms of audio but, LG has improved the audio experience in LG V30. Also included with the V30 is Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) technology that LG says makes high-resolution audio easy to stream. The phone is expected to ship in September 2017. The another one is with 128GB storage which is available only limited countries. For selfies, the device packs a 5MP front facing shooter. Additionally, it features voice activation that allows users to lock the device and perform various actions.
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