The icons at the top are shown on the second display

The icons at the top are shown on the second display

Is it too early for LG V30 rumors? Given that the LG V20 was launched not too long ago, we guess we have to say that it is, but apparently famed leakster Evan Blass does not. He had earlier tweeted that we could be kissing the ticker display on the LG V-series goodbye, but apparently that isn’t the case.

In a follow-up tweet, Blass suggested that his initial tweets were misinterpreted. “Language is just so important. Found it interesting that many publications mistranslated this as ‘ditching the secondary display.’” Basically from what we can tell about his latest tweet, the secondary display feature will continue to live on in the LG V30, except that it will no longer exist in ticker form and could be something else entirely.

We’re not sure what exactly that new form will take, but given that the ticker display is one of the LG V-series’ unique features and almost like its trademark, it will be a pity to see it go. In any case like we said, it might be too early to start discussing the LG V30, and for all we know LG has only just started working on it which means that it could also be subject to change.

We expect that more details will present itself as we get closer to its release, which is presumably around Q3/Q4 next year, so until then take it with a grain of salt. In the meantime would the ticker display be a feature that you will miss? Or do you think that LG could do much better?

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LG V30 Review
Score: 9/10