However it doesn't end here, the great thing about LG's flagship phones gotta be it's camera. As most of us rarely carry those bulky DSLR cameras we used to have, LG worked on bringing near-DSLR quality to the LG V30+.
Packed with a F/1.6 Glass Lens and 10-Bit HDR Sensor, the hardware allows us to capture with superior colour clarity and incredible low-light performance. The LG V30+ now comes with its Cine Effect which allows you to capture studio-quality videos, and set the right tone with 16 different preset professional colour grading options for the cinematic effect you've experienced in theatres.
The 2nd new feature in its camera would be the Point Zoom effect, which allows you to zoom-in on any area within the frame and at a specified zoom speed. This effect does remind us of the #thuglife add-ons over viral videos and it's definitely a great add-on to your candid videos on social media.
Not forgetting LG's signature dual-lens Wide Angle Cameras that allow you to capture extensive landscape photos.
LG still retains it's Hi-Fi QuadDAC which was previously on the V20 and G6. For some who are unfamiliar with it, the HI-FI QuadDac effect helps to add a Digital Filter which adapts sound to your environment where you can enjoy an amplified playback experience with louder, cleaner and more accurate audio.
The LG V30+ is armed with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 6GB Ram and a 128GB internal storage. (Many may ask what's the difference between the V30+ and V30: It's just the storage capacity that has been "plus-ed".)
The LG V30+ is covered with Gorilla Glass 5, complemented with a lustrous metallic finish on the back. It will be available in Aurora Black, Cloud Silver and 2 new colors: Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet.