LG V30 is supposed to be introduced before the September end, yet the rumours surrounding it making headlines in tech world every day. A new report from XDA claims that the LG will be ditching one of the key features of V30, i.e. - secondary display.
The addition of a secondary display was arguably the defining hallmark of the LG V line; it gave a unique personality to the V10 and V20.
There was no reason given for this decision; according to the reliable source, V30 is expected to replace LCD with an OLED display.
V30 is supposed to receive an 18:9 aspect ratio, just like LG G6, it will have Snapdragon 835 SoC, accompanied by a 4GB RAM and 64 GB of internal memory + microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Moreover, recently issued information states that the unit will have a dual camera, glass back and will support wireless charging.