Just as we have seen the launch of many groundbreaking and revolutionary flagship smartphones from technology leaders, The LG is not content with its releases and has added a new entrant in the segment in the form of the LG V30+. It continues all the same trends and technological features found in the high-end devices of 2017. That means you can find a bezel-less body, a big display, water resistant, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, and it has even retained the headphone jack. The phone is crafted beautifully and has great video capturing capabilities. For those who are questioning, if there is any difference in the V30 and V30+, the later comes with 128GB of internal memory while the former has only 64GB. Rest all are pretty similar.
The V30+ comes with a huge 6-inch screen with a QHD 2,880 x 1,440 pixels resolution and comes with a pixel density of 538 PPI. The pOled display used in the device is the same found in the Google Pixel 2 smartphone. The display does its job quite nicely with excellent colours and great contrast values. However, one might face some issues with the display under low brightness levels like graininess and clarity distortion. The aspect ratio of the screen is 18:9, so if you are watching a video with a ratio of 16:9, the screen will be showing a dark layer in the area of the vacant space. The display comes with many advanced technologies like Dolby Vision and HDR 10 compatibility. The additional screen has been ditched in V30+. Rather the front of the gadget is overwhelmed by a solitary additional tall 6-inch pOLED show, which has popular adjusted corners like you'll discover on the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Google Pixel 2 XL. While LG has utilized bent shows previously, the sides of the V30+ don't bend like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, so the phone is marginally more extensive than them two. In spite of this, it doesn't feel too enormous, and still fits easily in your grasp, even with its 6-inch screen. Truth be told it's about an indistinguishable size from LG's past flagship, the G6, however, gloats a bigger screen and is lighter as well.
The V30+'s antecedents, the V10 and V20, were both awesome smartphones, however, they weren't the most alluring gadgets out there, with a rough plan and an attention on power and execution over beauty. That is changed however with the V30+ and it's extraordinary to see LG at long last giving its flagship phone a lovely body to coordinate. The V30+ is offered in four colour hues: Aurora Black, Cloud Silver, Moroccan Blue, and Lavender Violet. Coincidentally, in case you're thinking what Morocco needs to do with the shading blue, it's likely a reference to the city of Chefchaouen, whose structures are broadly painted completely in blue. The V30+ has an aluminium body with a glass raised. It's a staggering blend of metal and glass with bends in all the correct spots. What's more, approve beyond any doubt, it really looks a considerable amount like the Samsung Galaxy S8 without the bent show screen however you will be happy LG went for a straightforward, if subordinate, design this time, instead of taking a stab at something strange and novel. The V30+ is light as well, tipping the scales at only 158g, which makes it one of the lightest flagship phones of this year. LG has figured out how to make the V30+ IP68 tidy and water safe, which implies it can get by under 1.5m of water for up to 30 minutes, and incredibly it likewise holds the MIL-810G rating against stuns and drops of past V line of smartphones, that goes with the V30+'s more lavish plan.
The V30+ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor that is backed by a 4GB RAM. The operating system found on the phone is Android 7.1.2 with UX 6.0. The double 16-MP primary camera framework dwells close to the highest point of the gadget, and is flush with the back, while underneath it there's a clicky unique mark scanner that bends over as the power catch. Some might lean towards having the power button, however, the back catch is all around situated and simple to reach - it just takes a touch of getting used to. The volume buttons are seen on the left side, the headphone jack on the top side along with a USB Type C port. On the right side, the SIM/Micro-SD card slot is placed. The bezels at the head and base of the display are additionally sensibly thin, with the head bezel lodging only the forward-looking camera, camera lights the speaker. Not at all like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, there's no logo on the base bezel to divert from the screen, in reality, there's nothing at all on the base bezel. Subsequently, the V30+ has a screen-to-body proportion of 81.2 percent, which puts it in front of any semblance of the Google Pixel 2 XL and Huawei Mate 10 Pro, and just marginally behind the Samsung Galaxy Note8 and iPhone X. On the rear of the phone, there's a minor cross-incubate design under the glass that gives the back an intriguing 3D impact that influences it to look somewhat like a lenticular visualization.
While most double focal point camera setups offer you a typical central length focal point and a zooming focal point, LG keeps on utilizing an alternate setup, blending a 16-megapixel f/1.6 aperture central length focal point with a 13-megapixel f/1.9 wide-edge focal point. The key focal point's f/1.6 aperture is vital for being the biggest at any point put in a phone. Vast apertures are better (and have a tendency to be extremely costly) as it enables the camera to catch all the more light, which hypothetically improves it in low light circumstances. Be that as it may, for reasons unknown, LG has matched its top of the line extensive aperture focal point with Sony's mid-go IMX351 sensor, which has a little 1/3.1" surface territory and only 1µm size pixels. This is really a downsize contrasted with the V20, which had a bigger 1/2.8" sensor and 1.12 µm estimate pixels. The little surface zone and pixel estimate on the V30+ sensor imply that it can't catch as much light, rendering the advantages of a bigger opening aperture.