Ahead of the official unveiling of the V30 later this month, LG has provided more details about its new UX that will be running on the handset. The Korean company says that its new UX 6.0+ has been optimised to “work even better” with the 18:9 OLED display the V30 will ship with.
Later this month, LG is going to unveil the V30, the newest smartphone in its lineup. But apparently it won’t be alone.
LG today announced that its upcoming flagship smartphone, the V30, will feature an f/1.6 aperture camera with glass lens.
LG has already sent out press invites for an event it is hosting on August 31, back in July, but back then it was only teasing what it might unveil on that day.
LG today announced that its next flagship smartphone will be the first ever to use a plastic OLED FullVision display. This will be LG’s second smartphone after the G Flex 2 in 2015 to make use of its OLED display.
With less than a month to go for LG to unveil the V30, details about the handset keep on making its way to the internet. The handset has already leaked in 3D CAD renders and its release date has also been leaked, and now, details about its camera setup and display have also been revealed.
LG has had its V-series of handsets on the market for quite awhile now, with two iterations filling out the back half of 2016 and 2015 with LG-branded high-end smartphones.
LG has already teased that it will be launching the V30 at IFA 2017 on August 31. After the failure of the G6, LG now plans to bring the V30 to a wider range of market especially since the previous V series handsets have done so well for the company.