And while LG hasn't explicity mentioned it in their press release, the image shared by the company below hints at the possibility of the V30 display having curved edges on both sides. And guess what? LG is now saying that the V30's edges are curved for a "more ergonomic design and a better feel in the hand". In fact, LG has claimed the upcoming V30 will actually be smaller in dimension than its predecessor, the V20.
What's more, the screen will offer a crisp QHD resolution, as well as HDR 10 support, which when combined with the phone's ability to cover 148% of the DCI-P3 colour space, should make for some impressive performance. The company describes the display as a 6-inch FullVision display with an 18:9 ratio. Also, the sizing here could be about right, since LG said that the V30 would be smaller than the V20, even with a 6-inch display. Back in 2016, the company teased the modularity of the LG G5, and before the official unveiling of the LG G6, the brand teased the device in full glory from the front.
The Korean firm detailed some details of its next device, believed to be the the V30, including its "plastic OLED FullVision display". LG is extending its premium OLED screen technology from TVs to smartphones and the upcoming V30 is the first product.
Other anticipated features include: industry-highest IP68 water- and dust-resistance; Bang & Olufsen audio system; and Google's Daydream virtual reality platform. As per the report, the camera on the LG V30 will have an f/1.6 aperture, Crystal Clear Glass Lens, and "improved transmittance". At this time, the informants noted that the display module will form a modern platform P-OLED, the hallmark of which is a thin plastic substrate instead of a thick glass.