LG to launch V30 at IFA 2017: How to watch the live stream

Watch the LG V30 live stream from here.

    It is known that LG is all set to unveil their flagship smartphone - the LG V30 at the IFA 2017 launch. The event is slated to happen at around 12:30 today at the ongoing tech show in Berlin.

    LG to launch V30 at IFA 2017: How to watch the live stream

    LG is also live streaming the LG V30 launch via their official YouTube channel. You can catch all the action live and get to know more about the event that is going to debut soon, Keep following us for more updates regarding the LG event at the IFA 2017 and watch the live stream of the same from below.

    When it comes to the LG V30, the rumors and leaks have already revealed a lot of information about the smartphone. It is likely to be the first plastic OLED smartphone to be launched by the company. The LG V30 is believed to arrive with a 6-inch QHD+ plastic OLED FullVision display with a resolution of 2880x1440 pixels. The V30 is said to arrive with a smaller body than the V20 and is likely to feature extremely thin top and bottom bezels. The display is believed to be protected with the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top.

    Besides the display, the other major highlight of the LG V30 is said to be its dual camera setup. While this is pretty common among the flagship smartphones, the V30 is believed to arrive with the largest aperture of f/1.6 that we have seen ever on smartphones. Also, the camera is said to feature laser autofocus, crystal clear glass lens, and both OIS and EIS.

    The LG V30 will be launched with the company's UX 6.+ that is optimized for work, facial recognition, voice recognition, Always On Display and man other features. At the launch event, we will get to know more confirmed details regarding the upcoming flagship smartphone.


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