LG V30 camera, screen and 'second screen' features leak

LG is introducing a new flagship smartphone in a few weeks, which means that it's time for the company to start dropping teasers for the new device.

However, LG revealed that the still-unnamed upcoming phone would be smaller than its predecessor, the V20, despite possessing a bigger screen. LG has come out with a post boasting of the smartphone's screen, which is LG's first ever OLED display for mobile. It has, however, never before put it on a smartphone, whereas its compatriot and rival Samsung has been singing high praises of its Super AMOLED, not just OLED, smartphones and tablets for years.

Since this is going to be the first time that LG will be transitioning to an OLED panel to a smartphone, the manufacturer will apply all of its knowledge and expertise it has gained by incorporating the use of such a display on television sets.

"The V30 is ditching the secondary screen to secure maximum space for the full-vision display", a source said on condition of anonymity.

Design wise, the LG V30 will be coming with a mirror finish glossy rear that could include Mil-Spec standard endurance with IP68 water and dust resistance. Now, the company has also confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will come with 6-inch dual curved OLED display as rumoured before.

South Korean consumer electronics LG, earlier in the month confirmed to release the company's new flagship V30 in September. It will actually be using P-OLED or Plastic OLED.

We can also confirm that the V30 will feature a 6.0-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display with rounded corners, as well as HDR 10 and Google Daydream support out of the box.

LG Electronics said the new display will allow the presumed device with a 6-inch display to actually feel smaller in one's hands compared with the 5.7-inch LG V20 released past year.

Further, the visuals on this OLED display deliver 148 percent of the sRGB colour space for digital images and 109 percent of the DCI-P3 colour space for digital cinema. P-OLED is created by placing pixels on a plastic substrate which is much stronger than a glass base.