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LG V30's Official Product Video focuses on Multimedia

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If you weren't sure whether to believe us when we called the LG V30 a media powerhouse, LG's official new product video will have you straightened out rather quickly. Almost every second of the video (which runs 90 seconds) features someone doing something with the dual-cameras on the back of the phone, or using the Hi-Fi Quad DAC for enhanced sound quality. The point of the whole video is that the LG V30 shoots cinema quality video, records high quality sound, and yeah, it uses LG Display's FullVision P-OLED panel with an 18:9 aspect ratio and a 1440 x 2880 resolution.

This happens to be the second video released today by LG following the unveiling of the V30. The first clip showed off a number of design features found on the device, including its Balanced Design.

The second video, which you will find at the top of this story, is more about showing off some of the things that you can do with your LG V30's multimedia features once you have this hot number in your hand.  And yes, with the P-OLED display, this is LG's first phone to support Google's Daydream VR platform.

The LG V30 makes picking out your next phone even harder to do. Obviously, those budding movie directors are probably going to give the LG V30 a long hard look before making a final decision. Even if you just like messing around with the camera on your phone, and sharing the results to friends and family on social media, you just might get swept up in the multimedia prowess of the LG V30.

source: LGMobile

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