The most definitive look at the LG V30 seen thus far comes from a series of videos posted this week to HitRecord. This is a collaborative video site promoted by celebrity Joeseph Gordon Levitt – though that might have little to do with the phone itself. The devices we see today are pretty much leaking the entirety of the phone itself – or at least its looks, both front and back.
The device looks like what previous specs suggested the device would look like. Inside the phone, we see software that looks an awful lot like what the LG G6 looked like as of last week. This device does not seem to be taking any big chances with next-gen oddities this time around.
The rumors that the second screen presented on the LG V20 appear to be true. The extra-massive display up front seems to be pretty much what was predicted. The back-facing dual cameras seem – to be centered on the device, which might end up being pretty helpful for holding the device with one hand.
Basically this device is an iPhone 8 or a Galaxy Note 8 with no S Pen and no Augmented Reality. Or at least no Tango – there’ll be SOME augmented reality if you want to use what’s out there already. No bells and whistles this time around – just some super-powerful cameras and a huge, glorious display.
Images above come from Hitrecord, reposted to Gizmodo. Previous images can be found back on SlashGear as well. This device will likely be released to the United States via LG and at least one carrier – likely AT&T – by the end of this month or the start of the next.
Have a peek at the timeline below to see more about this device. Previous rumors suggest that the V30 will finally push the “V” family beyond the USA’s borders, and also that it’ll work with a larger-than-average aperture for at least one of its back-facing cameras. If previous “V” devices are any indicator, this V30 is going to be a top-notch piece of work.