LG points out the LG V30's design features in a new video

Now that the LG V30 has been unveiled, LG Mobile has released what it is calling the phone's "Design Video." It is 42 seconds of images and specs that mentions various design features of the multimedia-centric device. The video starts with what LG calls the handset's Balanced Design. That refers to the fact that the larger 6-inch screen on the V30 is found on a device that is smaller in size than the LG V20, which featured a smaller 5.7-inch display. The video also points out that the handset is sleek and trim at 7.3mm thin.

The LG Display produced FullVision P-OLED panel carries an 18:9 aspect ratio, and the 16MP camera on back has an aperture of f/1.6. In theory, this should improve the quality of pictures snapped under low-light conditions. By the way, the 13MP second camera on back carries an f/1.9 aperture.

The video also shows us a quick look at the four color options available for the phone. The LG V30 is available in Black, Silver, Purple and Blue.

Check out the LG V30 Design Video by clicking on the clip, which you will find at the top of this story.

source: LG Mobile

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1. Cat97

Posts: 1892; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

Who asked LG to make it only 7.3mm thin ? Maybe Apple ? :) People were all shouting for a larger battery and no camera hump, yet LG did otherwise. Anyway, much better looking (and significantly more compact) than the Note 8.

2. piyath

Posts: 2445; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

Much much much better looking that Note 8 and BETTER overall than S8/S8+ or Note 8.....!!! Samsung is good buy LG is better!

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