LG V30+ with FullVision screen and dual-rear cameras launching in India today

first_imgLG is all set to launch the souped-up version of its premiere V30 smartphone, aka LG V30+ in India today. The phone was earlier unveiled at IFA 2017 and comes with an 18:9 Full Vision display. The launch event of the V30+, the phone is a successor to last year’s audio-centric phone V20, will start at 11:30 AM and will be live streamed on the company’s official website. For more updates you can keep a track of LG’s Facebook and Twitter handle as well. Or you can keep check India Today tech website, where we will have all the LG V30+ related news. Although the V30+ seems to be a nice enough phone, it is also quite clear that LG is late to the party. The phone is going to be launched at a time when the next generation flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9 are just round the corner and could be shown in public in January or so. In a way it is the India launch of the V30+ that has been delayed and that may hurt its chances in the country. The USP of the LG V30+ is its “big screen that fits”. The smartphones come with a display having ridiculously slim bezels. LG by far has stayed very keen on using OLED panel on its devices but things change a little with the V30+. The LG V30+ comes with a curved OLED — called FullVision display, which is also HDR 10-ready. The curved display means that the LG V30+ will be closer to the Galaxy Note 8 in screen functionality compared to most of the other high-end phones.  advertisementAs far as the pricing is concerned, we can expect LG to price the V30+ somewhere around Rs 50,000 considering that it’s a high-end device and will compete with other flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and also the Google Pixel 2 XL.Also Read: LG V30 with 6-inch OLED screen, 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC & dual cameras launched at IFAIn terms of the specifications, LG V30+ comes with a 6-inch QHD+ 18:9 Full Vision display with a 2880×1400 pixel resolution. The smartphone runs on LG’s Android 7.1.2 Nougat-based UX software which will allow users to multi-task with the help of the split-screen feature that is one of the key features of Android 7.0 Nougat.Coming to the camera department, the LG V30+ comes with a dual camera setup at the back. The smartphone comes with a primary camera of 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.6 aperture, while the secondary camera includes 13-megapixel 120 degrees wide angle (f/1.9 aperture) lens. While on the front the smartphone sports a 5-megapixel camera with a wide 90-degree field of view.The LG V30+ is powered by the Qualcomm’s top-line processor Snapdragon 835 which comes coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory which is further expandable via a micro-SD card slot. It is backed by a 3,300mAh battery which comes paired with both fast and wireless charging support.Unlike many other phones nowadays, the LG V30+ uses a version of Android that is customised by LG. Although the current version of the Android is Oreo, chances are that the V30+ will be launched with the Android Nougat based software. Later, the phone may get an update for the Oreo.last_img