A recent report claimed that the LG V30 will be unveiled at the IFA 2017 in Berlin, an event that kicks off on September 1.
This is just a little over a month away, which means that the South Korean tech giant should have already started working on the LG V30 as at the time of this writing. We have seen quite a number of leaks and renders of the phone, but so far, none of these are directly from LG.
In addition to the already leaked out info, more leaks of the phone have just arrived from a renowned tipster, OnLeaks. According to him, the LG V30 will be joining the LG G6+ in supporting the latest connectivity standard in the shape of wireless charging. This is a huge for fans of the LG V series, especially since this is basically the company’s flagship family ahead of the G series.
If it’s true that the LG V30 will come with support for wireless charging, it’s possible that the phone will also come with a new glass back design. This should make the phone even more premium, joining the likes of Galaxy S8 and S8+ in shipping with a glass rear panel.
According to my sources, #LGV30 will support wireless charging and thus, very likely have glass back. Still have dual rear cam and rear FPS.
— OnLeaks (@OnLeaks) June 23, 2017
Furthermore, OnLeaks notes that the V30 will still come with a dual-lens camera on the back as well as keep the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, just like its predecessor and the LG G6. We’ll for sure confirm more of these reports in the coming days.
Being the flagship model, the LG V30 should be the first LG phone to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and if rumors are to be believed, this chipset will be paired with a RAM of 6GB, same as the new LG G6+. Android 7.1.1 Nougat should run the show out of the box, unless LG is set to replicate what happened with the V20 by becoming the first phone to come preinstalled with Android 8.0.