- Evan Blass/Twitter
A new image posted by prolific leaker Evan Blass is giving us our first look at what seems to be a finalised, fully rendered version of LG’s next flagship phone, the V30.
The Korean firm’s device had already leaked a couple of weeks ago due to an inadvertently published video that came from Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s HITRECORD organisation.
The actor’s company has collaborated with LG many times before, and the device shown in their video (which was subsequently pulled) seemed to be matching previous rumors of the V30.
Blass’ image shows a device that matches the one shown in HITRECORD’s video, and offers a better look at its curved back and large, 6-inch, 2880×1440 display, which takes up almost the entire front of the phone.
LG calls the 2:1 aspect ratio display technology “FullVision,” and it has already made its first appearance earlier this year on the company’s G6 flagship.
Interestingly, we can see that LG apparently ditched the signature secondary display that took up a portion of the V10 and V20 displays, seemingly making the device more of a refinement over the G6 rather than a truly distinct handset in a separate lineup.
There are no other rumoured specs, but you can expect to know everything about the V30 when LG officially unveils it on August 31.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 16, 2017