LG to update V30 and intro Lens at MWC 2018

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LG is looking to update its V30 smartphone and will introduce a number of new features and services to the gadget.

In an article on Phoneradar, LG is rumored to refresh its 2017 V30 smartphone by upgrading its processor from the old Snapdragon 821 to the latest Snapdragon 835. The upgrade LG V30s will also be offering 256GB of onboard storage, instead of 64GB and 128GB which was previously offered by LG. The company is also rumored to announce the upgraded LG V30 at this years MWC in Barcelona, Spain.

Aside from the refresh hardware, LG will also introduce LG Lens, an AI powered camera App that will provide details of an object, where the camera is pointed at, which works similar to Samsung’s Bixby Vision. The new LG V30s will be first sold in South Korea this March and in other markets thereafter.

With all these leaks and new phones, I guess we just have to wait and see!

Last modified: February 9, 2018

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