The LG V30 has been headlining many major tech stories around the world. In exactly 30 days, the phone is all set to be officially announced by LG at the IFA 2017 in Berlin, Germany. However, many leaks have happened over the past few weeks and we have a clear idea on how the phone may look like. In an earlier leak showing the images from the user manual, we noted that the secondary screen was missing. The secondary screen will be replaced with a LG V30 floating bar.
In many leaks over the past few days, we have gained a fair insight into the phone. The closest look came earlier today when the user manual leak gave us a clear look at the phone. The most noticeable thing was that it lacked a secondary screen. An LG V30 floating bar is said to replace the secondary screen.
For those of you who have been following the LG V-series devices, you may know that the phones always featured a secondary display. This screen used to be present on top of the main screen and gave the users a quick access to notifications and showed other relevant information. The newly introduced LG V30 floating bar is said to perform pretty much the same features. The report comes via Android Authority and their source hasn’t really commented much about the floating bar.
The LG V30 comes out with a 6.0 inched QHD OLED display, and it will support Google Daydream right out of the box. The phone features dual cameras on the back, similar to the other devices of the LG V-series family. The addition of the LG V30 floating bar makes it even more interesting. The LG V30 will be shown off at the IFA 2017 on 31st August. Stay tuned with us for more details on the LG flagship smartphone.