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Alleged LG V30 concept reveal FullVision display along with a secondary ticker screen

The concept design shows that the smartphone will boast extremely thin side bezels coupled with minimal top and bottom bezels.

LG V30 is slated to be released in the second half of 2017, however, leaks about the upcoming device are gaining some momentum. After the recent leak, which suggests that the LG V30 will come loaded with an OLED display panel, new concept images of the device has been doing rounds on the internet.
However, it is important to note that it is just a concept design and not a leak, so the actual device might be completely different from this one. That said, the concept shows that the smartphone will boast extremely thin side bezels coupled with minimal top and bottom bezels. The front also sports a secondary display, which resides just above the main display panel. The front-facing camera is situated at the top centre position on the top as well.
At the back, you get a glass finish, similar to what we have seen in the LG G6, along with a dual rear camera setup and just beneath it, one will find a fingerprint sensor, which might also act as a home button. The right houses volume controls, while at the base you will find a speaker grille, a charging port, which could be Type-C, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Recollecting some previous rumours, LG will finally switch to OLED panel for its upcoming V30, and next year flagship device, tentatively named as G7, will be the second device sport an OLED display. The report highlights that the company will start mass production in July.
Talking about the upcoming LG V30, the smartphone is rumoured to come loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and will probably be backed up by a 6GB of RAM along with some improved Quad DAC. It is also reported that the device might also sport dual camera setups both at the front and back of the device.

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