While LG is just a few months away from unveiling their next series of smartphones at the IFA 2017, new reports claim that the upcoming LG V30 smartphone may possibly feature wireless charging. Another report claims that LG will be removing the secondary ticker display and replace it with a single OLED panel on the V30.
The information comes from a trusted source of XDA Developers. And if the details are true, then the LG V30 will be the first flagship smartphone to feature an OLED panel and the only LG V series smartphone to not hold a secondary ticker display. In regards to the wireless charging, the information comes from a leaked image that’s allegedly claimed to be the mid-frame of the LG V30.
It’s also reported that the LG V30 might not have a removable back panel and will instead be made in a unibody design. The new rumor of the secondary ticker display may be true since Evan Blass had also mentioned about the removal of the screen last year. However, Blass also leaked some alleged renders of the LG V30 a couple of months ago, which appeared to have a secondary display in the form of a slider. Blass did mention that these renders are based on older mock-ups of the smartphone and so it's not evident if LG went ahead with that design.
The LG V30 is said to feature a 5.7-inch display, which is now believed to be the OLED panel as per the new rumors. Expect the device to come with improved dual-lens cameras and possibly the Snapdragon 835 processor.