There has been a lot of talk surrounding the upcoming LG V30 that will be launched very soon. The LG flagship is predicted to go up against t8he likes of the iPhone 8 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. While we’re still waiting for more consistent rumors, popular leak sorcerer Evan Blass has once again pulled a trick from his sleeves, posting what is highly likely the official render of the LG V30.

Based on the high resolution render seen above by Evan Blass, the LG V30 retains the general design language set in stone for the LG G6 that launched earlier this year. But it seems like the bezels surrounding the display are lesser than those of the LG G6. The display of the LG V30 is rumored to be of a 6-inch P-OLED panel, in an 18:9 aspect ratio which is more or less confirmed in this render.

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On the rear panel we see the dual camera setup which will consist of a 16MP sensor with an impressive f/1.6 aperture and a 13MP wide angle lens. Below the camera setup is a rear fingerprint sensor which is standard of LG. One other thing to note is the glossy frame of the LG V30, which might point to a difference in material and texture, possibly to give the device a better grip on its sides.

Regardless of all that has been said, we are only two weeks away from the main event in which the LG V30 will be launched. Are you excited?

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