LG made a huge fuss about the LG G6 which is expected to witness an official unveiling at the Mobile World Congress 2017 holding in Barcelona but the world’s first 18:9 aspect ratio smartphone did not come packing too much of the top-notch specs as would be expected according to leaks.
However, the company had weeks back hinted n the possibility of releasing a new flagship device which will feature the latest chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835 and it looks like it is in the works for just that.
Prior to LG G6 device’s official launch at the Mobile World Congress 2017, a successor to the LG V20 looks to have made its way from under the wraps to the internet scene, and if all it promises are true, the device will blow the LG G6 out of the water.
Leaks of the LG V(X) device which surfaced online of late indicated that the device projected to be hitting the market no later than in the second half of the year will come into the market powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset which Samsung has been rumored to be hoarding ahead of the Galaxy S8 device release.
The LG V30 as we like to call it will according to projections also come into the market with a 6GB of RAM under the hood and while keeping the secondary display tradition which was introduced in its earlier versions, the LG V10 and the LG V20 on.
The LG V30 which is expected to run into the market following the release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to champion the cause of the OEM which has so much relied on the G series in times past for its flagship device. However, the V series looks like it will be getting a major boost in 2017 and may turn out to be the major device from the smartphone manufacturer especially with the presence of the latest and fastest chipset on board.
The LG G6 which will be unveiled officially at the Mobile World Congress 2017 will be sporting under the hood the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset which although has been applauded for performance and power management is no way near the latest processor concerning speed, performance, and battery management.
Other rumors surrounding the LG V30 holds that the device will come with major improvements over its predecessors in the DAC which was included majorly in the LG V20. With the promised improvement, LG looks to be shopping a great deal for audiophiles.