LG’S V30 Specification and things to know

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The back of the V30 is Gorilla Glass 5, with a dual-lens camera system (covered by Gorilla Glass 4) and a fingerprint sensor that’s mercifully in the right place where your index finger naturally rests. The major difference here compared to the V20 is that the back is non-removable, so there’s no way to hotswap the 3300mAh battery inside. 



That’s the same battery cell capacity that Samsung is using to power the Galaxy Note 8 and its even larger screen, so hopefully the V30’s stamina won’t be a limiting factor. But Samsung has more reason to be conservative than LG in this department. Either way, it’s definitely a bit of convenience lost. The writing was probably on the wall when the G6 was similarly sealed off earlier this year. The upside is that the V30 is now IP68 water and dust resistant and supports wireless charging. The V20 offered neither. And despite its all-screen look, LG says the V30 has passed over a dozen military-standard durability tests and remains rated MIL-STD-810G.




LG V30 SPECS

Screen
6-inch 18:9 Quad HD+ (2880x1440) OLED
Processor
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Storage
64GB / 128GB with expandable microSD
Memory
4GB RAM
Camera
Back: 16MP f/1.6 primary, 13MP wide-angle (120-degree angle of view)
Selfie: 5MP (90-degree angle of view)
Battery
3300mAh
Android version
7.1.2 Nougat

Other
IP68 water/dust resistant
Wireless charging
3.5mm headphone jack
Quad DAC for hi-fi audio
MIL-STD-810G durability

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