LG V30 Overview Updated September 5, 2017

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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. 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 September 5

GOOG: 928.45


After spending some time with the LG V30 in New York City last month, I was excited to use it as my daily driver back home. Over Labor Day weekend, I got the chance to do just that, and the phone has made a lasting impression on me.

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LG V30 Stories September 1

GOOG: 937.34


The LG V30 was announced earlier this week, and it’s already been met with some mixed feelings. While many (myself included) are excited to try out its professional-grade video capabilities, many longtime fans of the V series are disappointed by LG ditching the iconic secondary displays and rugged designs of previous generations.

No matter your feelings on the V30, though, it’s gearing up to be one of the best phones of 2017, and this week’s Friday 5 takes a look at some of the reasons you might want to consider getting your preorder in.

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

The LG V30 is shaping up to be one of the best smartphones you can buy for quite a few reasons. It has excellent revamped hardware, a brand new OLED display, and powerful specifications. What LG is pushing the hardest, though, is the camera. On paper, that makes sense since both sensors have low apertures, but it seems something isn’t working quite right.

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LG’s V30 is now official and it’s going to end up being a pretty fantastic option for a lot of buyers, but LG has been quiet so far on two very important details. Despite knowing everything about the phone itself, LG hasn’t officially stated when it will go on sale nor how much it will cost. While we still don’t have a concrete release date, LG has seemingly confirmed the pricing for the US market.

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After tons of leaks and rumors, LG officially unveiled the V30 yesterday and it brings a lot to the table. We’ve already given you the full rundown on specifications, our first impressions, and also some of the details you might have missed, but now we’ve got a unit in-house and can answer all of your questions about the LG’s newest device.

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The 128GB LG V30+ will be coming to the United States via Sprint

The V30 was the star of the show for LG’s press conference at IFA yesterday, but alongside it the company also announced another phone in the form of the V30+. Thanks to an announcement from Sprint’s CEO, we now have confirmation that the V30+ will indeed be making its way to the United States.

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