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Phone Weight: 158 g (5.6 oz)
Phone Height: 151.7 mm (5.97 in)
Phone Width: 75.4 mm (2.97 in)
Phone Thickness: 7.4 mm (0.29 in)
Wiki Info: The phone was first teased on 3 August 2017, in a press release from LG, showing the bottom half of the FullVision display. On August 7, press invitations were sent out featuring the words “Lights. Camera. Action.”. Video teasers were later released, advertising the phone’s display, audio and camera capabilities. While the V30’s screen has been criticized by some for its relative lack of colour saturation, it has received praise for having one of the most mature dual-camera systems available. Construction of the V30 consists of a Gorilla Glass 5 front and rear plate sandwiching an aluminium body. LG has also been praised for their commitment to audio quality, retaining the headphone jack even as other premium smartphones have removed it and including multiple audio sensors for input and a 32-bit Quad-DAC (Digital Analog Converter) for output.
LG V30 (Google Daydream Compatible Smartphone)
Price at Time of Press: £390 ($510)
Range Of Colours: Astro Black, Platinum Ice
Memory Sizes: 64 GB
Headphone Jack: Yes
Central Processing Unit (CPU): Octa-core (4×2.45 GHz & 4×1.9 GHz) Kryo
Graphics Processing Unit (GPU): Adreno 540
Battery: 3,300 mAh
Main Display: 6 in (150 mm) 1440p (537 ppi) P-OLED
Pixel Resolution: 2880 x 1440
Rear camera: Dual 16 Megapixel
Wi-Fi Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5GHz)
Bluetooth Connectivity: 4, 4G/LTE
Final Verdict: You could say the LG V30 is a little too old in tech for its own good, but yet it can still hold its own and deals with most Google Daydream games with ease. With its gorgeous OLED display the colours look great and you can read most in-game text while in VR without a problem. Sure, it is only Daydream compatible as an afterthought, but it’s still great for that use. For some people, this might not have the power for everyday use, but if you don;t plan on doing much with it other than basic every day use and playing Google Daydream games it’s a good buy, especially at the low prices you can get them these days.