LG's upcoming phablet to debut two dual-cameras

LG V30 is expected to equip dual cameras on its front and rear.


The resounding success of LG's flagship phone, the G6, was mostly eclipsed by Samsung Galaxy S8. However, the company is all set to take on the market with their upcoming phablet, LG V30, which is already being considered as an exceptional product ahead of its release.

The recent specifications leak has boosted both hype and curiosity of the public regarding the forthcoming phablet.

As reported by Slashleaks, the leaked image shows what looks to be the front glass panel of the phablet. The notable round cutouts featured in the leaked image indicates that the LG V30 might include a dual front-facing camera.

Recently the Oppo F3 Plus, which is called the "selfie-expert" by the company, has claimed to incorporate an 8 megapixel front camera intended for taking perfect selfies. If the LG V30 rumours are true, then it's surely going to give Oppo a hard run for its money.

The previous LG phablet already had a dual rear-camera system and now if the new one sports dual cameras on the front as well, LG V30 would become the first ever device to have four cameras in total.

The cutout in the picture also hints that the LG V30 will sport dual displays just like its predecessor, reported Inquistr.

As per GSM Arena, LG V30 will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor. Other rumors regarding the device say that it will have 6GB RAM and an even better DAC.

However, the most impressive rumor for the LG V30 still remains the possibility of an astonishing four-camera set-up.

This article was first published on April 12, 2017