Wow! Is this the LG V30?

LG-V30 Official leaked render

There have been various leaks of the LG V30, but I dare you to top this one. See there are two sides to leaks and rumors; One is where you get the facts and expect some of them to be true and others to be downright overambitious. Then there is the second one which includes these renders and images, and while most of them are meant to provide facts, some of them just melt your heart and you simply don’t care about anything else. Well, this image here is the perfect specimen for the second kind.

This leaked image of the LG V30 is simply exquisite, with the stunning display up front guarded by hardly any bezels. The color too is breathtaking with the perfectly placed camera modules and fingerprint scanner. The curves on the front and the back give it a very premium look and while it looks very similar to the S8, I hope the side bezels stay thick enough for a comfortable hold. It certainly isn’t original, but it is a better implementation with the sensors placed at very ergonomic positions. I think the V30 will give a very tough competition to the Note 8.

Other specifications include a Snapdragon 835 and 4GB RAM which are standard flagship specs for 2017 and would perform as well as any other flagship. The V30 will, however, have a lot of manual cameras features with a robust camera app, even the audio department of V series smartphones have been excellent in the past and the V30 seems to be sticking with it.

The V30 will be released on August 31st so stay tuned to know more about LG’s Flagship killer.

Sreehari

Sreehari is in love; in love with technology. His enthusiasm for new gadgets can be seen in his videos. He single-handedly built Mr. Phone's YouTube channel and continues to persevere with Nitesh in making world-class tech videos. Sree - as everyone calls him affectionately - is also a big fan of Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Design. If he is not working on gadget reviews, Sree is a trained Carnatic singer. When you meet him, do to request for his rendition of Kabira by Arijit Singh.