The LG V30, the company’s next best phone, will be officially unveiled on August 31st, but we have already seen it leak out in its full glory.
Equipped with a dual camera system and a bezel-less, full-screen display like the LG G6, the new V30 has a similar design, but puts the focus on maximizing performance and media performance. The V30 is expected to feature an OLED display with a 2:1 aspect ratio, the top-notch Snapdragon 835 system chip, and two 13-megapixel sensors on its back, one for super wide-angle and one for regular shots.
A massive leak from Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s collaborative video site HitRecord has given us a sneak peek at the V30, and we even got to see the first camera samples from the new V30 camera. The images are now all pulled, but they were online long enough for the more skillful to save for everyone to see. With no further ado, here are the first camera samples from the LG V30. Keep in mind that those pictures are very tiny in size and resolution, so you should not draw any final conclusions from them, but they do seem representative of the dynamic range, colors and the overall look from images out of the LG V30.
How do you like the V30’s camera?