Following the success of LG V-series of handsets, we can only imagine that LG will want to continue that success with the LG V30 later this year. Now thanks to a recent photo that was uploaded onto Slashleaks (via Mobile Syrup), the alleged front display panel for the LG V30 has been leaked.
Based on the design, it seems that LG will be keeping to the same design as the LG V20. There is a cut out where presumably the front-facing camera and ambient light sensor will go, and there is another cut above the main display where the secondary ticker display will be placed. Last year there were rumors that LG could ditch the secondary display, but this photo (if accurate) confirms that it will be staying.
Other than that it’s hard to tell how big the LG V30’s display will be, or how it will look like, but if this photo is the real deal then it is the first look that we are getting of the LG V30. That being said if you’re wondering about specs, back in February there was a leak regarding the handset’s specs.
For the most part the specs aren’t that surprising as we are talking about the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and better audio technology, just to name a few. In any case we guess there is still quite some time to go before the LG V30 will be revealed, so take all of this with a grain of salt for now.
- 537 PPI
- f/1.6 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 835