A gallery of alleged render images comes from @OnLeaks which is based on the some supposed CAD designs of what is said to be the LG V30. We see the V30 going the same fate as the LG G6, with LG opting for an integrated design with no removable battery, and a 6-inch 18:9 FullVision display with no sign of the V10 and V20’s secondary display.
Reports also suggest the LG V30 will be equipped with an OLED panel as well. Something we’ve known that LG has been working on, but looks to finally be coming back to their smartphones since the company’s older G Flex series. This information has been confirmed by our own sources as well, and it makes sense as demand for OLED smartphone displays is increasing. Today, a newly leaked mock up render of the LG V30 could give us a look at what to expect later this year.
The LG V30 will apparently also inherit the LG G6’s glass back, which means no removable battery anymore. The V30 will supposedly have wireless charging, but that’s not set in stone yet either. LG better do so, however, to make up for a major feature that it removed.
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