LG's V-series of phones were previously only available in the United States, however, after mounting competition and drops in market share, LG is looking at establishing its V brand in the United Kingdom and Europe. This is revealed by an internal document, which apart from the global launch notes that the phone will be up for sale September 15 in LG's home market of South Korea.
So, if the report is meant to be true, then LG V30 will have large aperture lens, which could theoretically make it an ideal for low-light photography. We can expect the LG V30 to include a headphone jack as the LG G6 has one as well.
The LG V30 has been headlining many major tech stories around the world.
For European LG fans, there is no information yet on when preorders for the LG V30 will launch in the region. The smartphone will sport a FullVision Display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, something similar to LG G6's display.
The V30 is expected to be a smartphone capable of competing with the Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung, with a screen without edges, 6-inch OLED display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 835. You can read our full written review of the LG V20 for more details on the same. There is no dual camera in LG V10 and LG v30, so a dual camera can be expected in LG V30.
Secondary displays are a convenient little addition to smartphones, even though most readers might argue that it might not bring value to consumers in terms of the device's feature set. For your reference, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus have a f/1.7 aperture, which is considered to be wide enough for a smartphone camera.