LG V30+ smartphone first impressions

LG V30+ smartphone first impressions

The device is now up for pre-bookings and will be going up for sale on Amazon India from December 18 and has been priced at Rs 44,990. LG claims that the V30+ is the lightest among smartphones in the 6-inch and over category with the weight of about 158 grams.

LG V30+ comes with very powerful camera features. The phone has an internal memory of 128GB as mentioned above and the memory can be expanded to upto 2TB using a microSD card. The smartphone this time is 8mm shorter and 3mm narrower than its predecessor; LG V30 and thickness is only 7.3mm.

The phone has dual camera setup where the primary camera is of 16 megapixels with f/1.6-aperture, tone LED flash, Laser autofocus, OIS, EIS and PDAF and the secondary sensor is of 13 megapixels with f/1.9 aperture and 120-degree wide-angle lens. On the front, the LG V30+ sports a somewhat mundane 5-megapixel wide-angle (90-degree lens) camera for selfies and video calling.

The phone comes with 6-inch nearly bezel-less QHD+ OLED FullVision Display with a resolution of 1440*2880 pixels. It is IP68 rated for water and dust resistance and the phone also has a MIL-STD-810G rating to prove its durability. Now, the new Samsung W2018 clamshell phone launched in China came with the f/1.5 camera lens. Users can also unlock the device via voice-recognition and facial unlock methods. It is powered by a 3,300mAh battery. It also features MQA audio codec for high-resolution audio streaming.

The LG V30+ runs Android 7.1.2 Nougat topped with LG UX 6.0+. The smartphone will be sold exclusively via Amazon India.

The company is giving away free wireless charger for the first 2,000 customers along with a one-time screen replacement warranty within six months of purchase, which would have otherwise cost Rs 12,000. The connectivity features on board the LG smartphone are 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, NFC, GPS and USB Type-C. The V30+, in addition, comes with as many as 15 different color grading presets to add a cinematic look to videos, and a specialized mode called Point Zoom that allows zooming into any selected area within the frame while recording.

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