@OnLeaks has posted an image that is apparently taken from the user manual of the upcoming LG V30. While there aren’t a lot of details to go along with the image, it is a pretty clear look at the oft-rumored handset. We can see a thin device, which will feature a tall display flanked by minimal bezels. This is a design LG introduced with the G6 earlier this year, so it’s no surprise to see the company carrying it over to the V30.
The image also shows us there will be a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone, keeping up with previous LG models. There will also be a pair of cameras on the back, just above that fingerprint reader. The image doesn’t include any hint of a secondary display on the V30, so if it’s the real deal, this leak seems to be the best indicator to date that LG is removing the feature.
LG has already confirmed when we’ll see the V30 introduced, with event invites being sent out to a press conference on August 31 at IFA 2017. We don’t have long to wait to see what tricks the Life’s Good crew has up their sleeves to make the V30 stand out in a crowded market.
Are you looking forward to the V30?