When One Camera Is Not Enough: LG V30 Rumored to Have Dual Front Camera

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LG V30 rumored to have dual front camera

When it comes to mobile phone imaging, LG has always been there to shake things up. In 2015, the company released the first dual-camera Android phone, the LG G5. It was then followed up in the same year by the LG V20, also sporting two rear camera sensors. Now, it seems that LG is taking selfies to the next level by putting two camera sensors at the front of its upcoming flagship, the LG V30.

According to a recent leak from Slashleaks, some just released images shows what appears to be a display glass panel. According to the same leak, the panel belongs to the upcoming V30 smartphone from LG. As one could see in the image, the panel cutout is quite unique. For instance, there are two holes on the left side of the panel that alludes to two camera sensors.

At the moment, the leak is still somewhat very vague. Apart from the claim that says the panel belongs to the LG V30, nothing much is said about it. However, according to The Android Soul, LG’s next flagship will build up on the features of its predecessor, the LG V20.

LG V30 rumored to have dual front camera

Rumored LG V30 glass panel (via

The LG V30 will sport the latest Snapdragon 835 chip from Qualcomm. This SoC will be paired with 6GB of RAM. Furthermore, the device’s audio hardware will also be upgraded. Rumor has it that it will use the same Quad-DAC from the current LG flagship phone. Of course, one can expect that this audio hardware will be paired with premium headphones just like last year.

Although the details of the dual front camera is still pretty fresh, one can only deduce what new features it might bring. For one, there is a strong chance that the two sensors will have different zoom factors. One could be for the usual selfie while the other is more group oriented. There are no updates yet on when the LG V30 will be released. However, there is a high probability that it will be on the same period as last year for the V20. For more updates on the LG V30, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.

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