LG V30 and V30+ the Newest V Series Flagship Smartphones

by Tech Mainstream Staff

October 10, 2017

LG V30 and V30+ the Newest V Series Flagship Smartphones "LG V30" by Aaron Yoo copyright 2017 is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0. Resized from original.

With "camera capabilities and cinematic features never before seen on a smartphone," the LG V30 and V30+ camera takes center stage. Indeed the V30 camera's features could make it the most important aspect of the phone. There are two rear cameras, 16MP (f/1.6) and 13MP(f/1.9) and a front 5MP (f/2.2) camera.

Comparable to a DSLR camera, the V30 features a wide f/1.6 aperture and a glass lens for enhanced color clarity and low light capabilities. Capture even more real estate with front and rear wide-angle lenses. Another groundbreaking camera feature is the ability to control zoom speed for producing smooth and solid videos. 4K Video Recording at 30 FPS is included. Quick Video Editor trims videos, combines files and adds sounds and themes. 16 presets are included with the camera to create picture perfect tones with a cinema-like look.

The V30 display main attributes are a 6.0" QHD+ OLED Display; 538 ppi, FullVision Display – 18:9 Aspect Ratio (2880 x 1440), 81.2% screen-to-body ratio, HDR10 Supported, access app shortcuts and call notifications on a moveable/collapsible toolbar and an Always-On Display.

The V30 is available in the colors Cloud Silver and Aurora Black. It also has the following features: Fingerprint-Resistant 3D Glass Back, Premium Anodized Metal Sides, IP68 Dust and Water Resistant frame , Shock Resistant frame with MIL-STD-810G Testing, Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 Protection on Front and Back; Gorilla Glass 4 on Camera.

In the V30 security area, unlock your phone with Fingerprint ID – gain access to your phone, make mobile payments, and secure content, Voice Recognition – unlock screen with 2-3 words or a phrase and Face Recognition – unlock screen with facial scan. Other features include Google® Smart Lock, Knock Code® and Rear Key with Fingerprint ID.

For performance and power considerations, the V30 includes a Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 835 2.45 GHz x 4 + 1.9 GHz x 4 Octa-Core MSM8998 processor, Android 7.1.2 (Nougat) platform, 4 GB RAM, Talk Time 3G: up to 22 hours (WCDMA Band 2, 10 dBm), Talk Time 4G: up to 17 hours (LTE Band 12, VoLTE, 10 dBm), Wireless Charging with Compatible Dock, Internal Memory: V30: 64 GB3 ; V30+: 128GB3 and Supports microSD card up to 2 TB (cards sold separately).

The V30 comes with a free second year limited warranty available with registration for extra "peace of mind." Another plus is when you buy the LG V30 or V30+, you get the NEW Google Daydream View and Top VR Content Bundle for a limited time only.

For more information, visit LG V30 Phone


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