One of the most anticipated handsets from the LG stables this year is the LG V30. The successor to last year’s LG V20, this upcoming handset will form a formidable flagship line-up along with the LG G6 that the company already has on sale. Over the course of the past few weeks, there has been a series of leaks that have revealed several aspects pertaining to the device including its spec sheet, and a possible launch date.
In addition to what has already been leaked, today we have a series of renders that we believe is how the LG V30 will look like when the company officially unveils it later this year. The renders, courtesy of OnLeaks, shows the LG V30 in excruciating detail. Here is an image gallery showcasing the LG V30 in all its glory.
We have also embedded a video below.
Key takeaways from the renders;
- The dimensions of the phone are roughly 151.4 x 75.2 x 7.4 mm.
- The display measures roughly 6-inches across. However, thanks to the rounded corners, we could be off by a few mm. There is also no secondary display in sight.
- There is a dual camera module and a fingerprint scanner at the rear.
- The LG V30 gets USB-connectivity and the port is flanked by speaker holes. There is a headphone jack on the top edge.
- Lastly, there is also chance that the LG V30 will support wireless charging. This, however, is not fully confirmed.
As of now, the LG V30 is tipped to be officially unveiled on August 31 – just a day before IFA 2017 kicks off in Berlin. The phone could come in 32, 64 and a possible 128GB version. As always, note that all these reports are mere rumours at this point and we’ll suggest taking these reports with your traditional pinch of salt.
So, do you think the LG V30 will indeed look like the renders shown above?