LG V30 has been among one of the most awaited phones of the second half of the year. This is LG’s second flagship smartphone of the year, and is expected to come out into the markets with a number of impressive features. The phone has been seen in various renders and leaks in the past. However, the latest set of leaked pictures show us the phone in action. They look like they are out of a promo material and give us a clear idea about how the phone would look like.
The leaked images have been shared by well known tipster Roland Quandt. The authenticity of these images is beyond doubt as Quandt has a very high accuracy when it comes to smartphone leaks. The phone can be seen featuring a very large front with over 95% of the front portion dedicated to the display. The display is massive.
However, while we have seen the front of the phone a number of times, this is our first look at the back of the device. The LG V30 is seen in all its glory, as we can see the horizontally placed dual cameras, along with the vertically placed dual-tone dual LED flash. The back of the device carries the LG logo, the V30 branding, as well as the fingerprint scanner. The placement of the fingerprint scanner is below the camera and appears quite comfortable reaching it with one hand.
What we are yet to see is the ‘floating bar’ that LG is apparently debuting with the LG V30. If there were any doubts left, this latest set of leak clears it up that the LG V30 will not feature the secondary screen that has been there around since the LG V10 and V20. The phone launches on the 31st of August. Stay tuned with us for more details.