LG is expected to launch the V30 this year, and it is likely to feature a completely revamped design. LG V30 will be the successor to last year’s LG V20, which comes with a secondary display. However, going by the latest image, it seems like the company will indeed drop the secondary display this time. Also Read - This Qualcomm chip bug affects around 30 percent of phones globally: ReportAlso Read - Flipkart Smartphones Carnival sale: Deals on Apple, Samsung, Poco, Realme, more smartphones
LG had confirmed earlier that the V30 smartphone will come with plastic OLED display panels, which are slightly flexible and highly energy efficient than conventional display panels. Thus, the premium smartphone could show a few curves on the display while also saving a lot on battery usage. Also Read - LG reveals list of phones to get up to Android 13 update even after business closure
According to SlashGear, the new display panel subsequently makes a secondary display unviable. A report earlier this month suggested that LG might be looking forward to replacing the V-series legacy secondary display, with what it calls a ‘floating bar’. Looking closely at the image, it is observed that there are slight curves on corners, and the LG V30 is not all about parallel design aesthetics. The 18:9 aspect ratio FullVision display that the company introduced this year with LG G6 will likely be on the LG V30 as well. ALSO READ: LG V30 reportedly going on sale starting September 28: Specifications, features
LG also outlined that LG V30 will have minimal bezels, and reduced form factor when compared to the LG V20. It will come with a 6-inch QHD+ (1440 2880 pixels) display with a smaller footprint. The smartphone will come with HDR10 support as well. The image, unfortunately, does not show the rear panel of the smartphone, but rumors have hinted at a dual-camera setup.