LG V30 live image leaked ahead of official launch

The LG V30 is going on launch on August 31.

    Only a couple of days are left till the launch of LG V30. The second LG flagship of this year will debut on August 31.

    LG V30 live image leaked ahead of official launch

    So far, we have seen the smartphone appearing in a countless number of leaks. Other than its features, a lot has been talked about the design aspect of the LG V30. A few concept designers came up with concept models for the smartphone. Now, an image containing the alleged LG V30 has just been spotted online. The image was posted on the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo.

    The image shows the handset featuring a full-screen display with minimal bezels around it. The top and bottom bezels are slightly thick as compared to the side bezels. Well, the side bezels are almost nonexistent. The design of the screen is kind of identical to that seen on the LG G6.

    To remind you, LG has already confirmed in a blog post that the LG V30 will come with a 6-inch FullVision OLED display with the resolution of 2,880×1,440 pixels. Following the current trend, the aspect ratio of its display will be 18:9.

    You can also see from the image that unlike its predecessors, the LG V30 doesn't feature the signature secondary display. Well, this is not the first time we are coming to know that the smartphone would arrive sans the secondary ticker screen.

    Furthermore, LG had said earlier that instead of the secondary display, the next flagship from LG will feature a floating bar that will display all the notifications and frequently used shortcuts.

    Unfortunately, the image doesn't reveal the rear panel of the LG V30.

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