LG V30+ Launching in India on December 13: Details

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The smartphone is expected to be priced at ₹47,990 which would be awesome as it will be a lot cheaper than the other flagships offering similar performance. The device features a 6 inch QHD+ OLED display with a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18:9. The price of the smartphone is unknown at the moment, but if LG managed to launch it under Rs 50,000, it would give a run for other smartphones- the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Google Pixel 2 XL. On the storage front, the device offers 128GB of internal memory which is further expandable up to 2TB with a microSD card slot. Covering and protecting the display is a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The rear dual camera setup consists of one 16MP primary sensor that has a 71-degree wide angle lens, besides dual-tone LED flash and a f/1.6 aperture. The device runs on Android 7.1.2 Nougat while powering it is a flagship octa-core Snapdragon 835 SoC which is paired with 4GB RAM besides 128GB storage space. LG is touting the V30's rear camera system as the world's first camera system to ship with an aperture of f/1.6 which should technically entail in outstanding low light photography because it may help the phone capture more light.

On the front, the V30+ sports a 5-megapixel camera with a "wide" 90-degree field of view. It is backed by a 3,300mAh battery with support for both fast and wireless charging.

LG V30+ Launching in India on December 13: Details
LG V30+ Launching in India on December 13: Details

LG V30 features a 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC powered by EES Technology's SABRE ES9218P. The smartphone is also MIL-STD 810G certified and offers IP68 water and dust resistance. Connectivity options on the device include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, GPS, NFC and a USB Type-C port.

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