LG V30 to Ditch the Secondary Display
The LG V30 is scheduled to be launch at the end of this month at IFA, Berlin, and we have already seen quite a lot of leaks. Leakster Steve H. has posted what he claims to be the schematic diagram of the smartphone. Up until today, we had no idea of what to expect from the phone, apart from a rumored switch to OLED displays from LCD.
The V30 looks a lot like the V20. It has a dual-camera system and a rear fingerprint sensor. The front-facing camera does seem to be arranged slightly differently in that it’s embedded in the top bezel, and it seems like LG is getting rid of the “second screen” that was on the prior two models, or at least blending it into the rest of the display.
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) July 31, 2017
The V-series smartphones are known for their dual displays. However, the schematic suggests that the LG V30 will sport a single full-screen display as used on the LG G6 but larger in size. Similar to the G6, the V30 shall also have rounded corners.
Android Authority has also posted an article suggesting that LG shall replace the secondary display with a ‘floating bar’. We aren’t sure what that means as of now, but it is intended to provide quicker shortcut access. They also confirm that the V30 will feature a 6.0-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display with rounded corners, as well as HDR 10 and Google Daydream support out of the box.
Coming to the rear panel, the smartphone flaunts dual cameras placed in a horizontal housing. You can also notice the LED flash beside the camera setup and what seems to be a laser focus module. Besides this, there lies a fingerprint scanner at the center.