LG V30 to come with P-OLED display and an f/1.6 camera lens
The South Korean smartphone maker LG seems to have a different way to stop the leaks. Instead of putting a stop to rumors and speculations, the company goes ahead and reveal the major features of the upcoming flagship even before the official announcement.
LG already stated to use Plastic OLED display aka P-OLED on V30. AMOLED means more battery life and durability. The company is also confident to reduce the screen burn-ins found on other OLED devices. The leaked render below shows LG’s take on curved display compared to Galaxy S8+ and their own G6.
Today, the tech giant throws some beans on photography part of V30. The V30 will come with first ever f/1.6 aperture. The wide aperture will help V30 to gather more light and improve overall performance in low-light conditions. For reference, the Galaxy S8 comes with the f/1.7 lens, iPhone 7/7 Plus with f/1.8 lens and the Google Pixel packs f/2.0 one.
The camera hardware will include a glass lens which helps to sharpen up the image and deliver true to life image quality.
Slated to release on August 31st at IFA Berlin, the V30 is rumored to come with 6-inch P-OLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 6GB of RAM, Snapdragon 835 CPU, improved audio and camera experience than its predecessor.