On the final day of this month, the LG V30 will be unveiled. So far, a lot has been doing rounds regarding the phone’s design, features and specs, but the latest details will leave you more than happy to own the V30 once it hits the market.
According to the latest reports, the LG V30 is set to debut with the best camera on the market, at least when it comes to low-light performance. We all know how most smartphone cameras often become poor when it comes to taking shots in areas with low light. In order to take care of this problem, many smartphone OEMs have resolved to use camera lenses with the largest possible apertures, with the latest being the Galaxy S8 and S8+ that sport a massive f/1.7 aperture.
With this kind of aperture size, the lenses allow in more light thus promising enhanced performance when taking photos in poorly-lit conditions, but the LG V30 is set to take this to the next level by featuring an f/1.6 aperture size, bigger than any smartphone on the market.
We do know that the LG V30 will come with a dual-lens setup on the back, where one lens will be a normal sensor and the other a wide-angle sensor, probably with the same 13 megapixels count as what appeared on the LG G6. But other than the leaked aperture size, the rest of the details remain unknown.
Other rumored specs of the LG V30 include a Snapdragon 835 SoC mated with 4GB/6GB RAM and at least 64GB of internal storage. The display panel will be an OLED screen with the same 18:9 aspect ratio used on the G6, but the secondary display that has featured on all previous LG V series handsets will reportedly be dropped as well as the removable battery.
We still have some time for more LG V30 details to come in, but for now, take this latest revelation with a grain of salt, just as you’d do with any other unconfirmed reports.