LG’s V10 and V20 phones were fascinated by the secondary screen, but this time it seems that the company is leaving that trademark feature this time.
According to a GSM Arena, LG is dropping the idea of the secondary screen in favor of bringing a “floating bar” that replicates the functionality. Frankly, I’m also in support for it.
As much I loved the second screen functionality on the V10 and V20 phones, there’s no reason its functionality can’t be replicated in the software. I had always wished that the second screen were to be at the bottom so that I could easily access its features, and the floating bar seems like it would effectively do that.
We already know from the sources that LG is set to launch its LG V30 flagship at the end of the month somewhere in Berlin, and the device(V30) has been leaking out all of the internets throughout few days. Also, we’ve already confirmed that the handset will be going on sale at the end of the month September.
The noticeable specs
|LG V30 Noticeable SPECS|
|Display Size||6 Inches|
|Display Technology||OLED QHD+ resolution|
|Body To Screen ratio||18:9|
And today we are able to provide you even more stunning details on the LG V30, Oh! thanks to an exclusive source.
More notable feature for the photographers out there is, that a report by the Android Authority suggests that the device will have a F/1.6 aperture on at least one of its cameras, that makes it the first smartphone with so much bright lens.
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) July 13, 2017
That bodes well for low light performance, as well as the nicer shallow depth of field. The phone is also said to be bringing up a 6-inch display, as well as an IP68 waterproof built and similar metal-and-glass designed to the G6.
LG has also confirmed that the V30 will, in fact, feature a 6.0-inch P-OLED FullVision display, tiny bezels, and a resolution of 2,880 x 1,440