LG V30 Overview Updated March 9, 2018

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November 2016 - March 2018

LG has officially unveiled the V30, the successor to last year’s V20. While in the past the V line differed from the G series with higher-end hardware and a different design, this year, the V30 follows in the G6’s footsteps. What this means is a large FullVision display which features limited amounts of bezel and an all-glass build. The handset improves upon the G6 though as it features new videography features, a high-quality audio DAC, and more.

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Full hardware specifications for LG’s V30:

LG V30 Specification
Android version Android 7.1.2 Nougat
Screen size 6.0-inch OLED FullVision Display
Resolution 2880×1440 pixels
PPI 538 ppi
Primary camera 16MP f/1.6 61° standard sensor & 13MP f/1.9 120°wide-angle sensor
Front camera 5MP F2.2 90° wide angle sensor
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Storage 64GB (U.S.) 128 GB (Select markets)
Expandable storage up to 2TB
RAM 4GB (U.S.) 6GB (Select markets)
Battery 3,300mAh (nonremovable)
Ports USB Type-C, headphone jack
Weight 158 g
Dimensions 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.4 mm
Other features 32-bit Quad DAC, high-sensitivity microphones, IP68 water resistant dustproof MIL-STD 810G certified
Color options Aurora Black, Cloud Silver, Moroccan Blue, and Lavender Violet
Carrier availability AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon
Base price off-contract TBD
In-box accessories USB-C charging cable, Quick Charge 3.0 wall adaptor, B&O wired earbuds

LG V30 Stories March 9

LG V30 on Verizon Wireless picks up its Android Oreo update

Android Oreo’s expansion has been kind of pathetic. Well over 100 days after its public release on the Pixel, most OEMs still haven’t updated their devices. LG started an Oreo rollout for the V30 a few weeks ago, and today that expands to the US with an update for Verizon customers.

LG V30 Stories February 13

LG has long strived to best Samsung, but in the past year, the company has found itself playing catch-up more often than not. Now that LG has decided to stop with yearly releases, it will focus on releasing new variants, including a new version of the LG V30.

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LG V30 Stories February 9

Earlier this year LG revealed that it wouldn’t be sticking to a yearly release schedule anymore, with more variants its current smartphones planned. We’ve seen a lot of new colors, but now, we’re hearing that the LG V30 will be getting a new variant with special features at MWC…

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

LG V30 Stories January 22

LG’s future in the smartphone market is very unclear at the moment. Around CES, we didn’t hear anything about the company’s mid-range lineup as we have in the past, and, more importantly, the company confirmed it wasn’t going to stick to a yearly cycle for flagship releases. Now, it seems that MWC will see the results of that.

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LG V30 Stories January 13

The LG V30 is easily one of the most underrated phones that’s on the market today with excellent specs and a great looking design. Earlier this month, LG announced a new variant of the V30 and at CES, we got to check it out in person, and that’s got me thinking…

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LG V30 Stories January 3

LG V30 arrives in ‘Raspberry Rose’ at CES 2018

The LG V30 was one of the most underrated flagships we saw in 2017, but it’s still a fantastic device that brings a lot to the table. Now, LG is adding on to the V30’s portfolio with a new “Raspberry Rose” color variant.

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