The South Korean Multinational has officially unveiled the long-awaited LG V30 at IFA 2017. As expected, the LG new flagship smartphone is not much different than the leaked descriptions and reports. Bearing a similar performance level with Samsung Galaxy S8, LG V30 looks peerless and premium. As hyped by the leaked statements and teasers, the latest smartphone flagship of LG is undoubtedly a premium, next-gen handset with super-advanced features and seamless look. With exclusive features like Gorgeous OLED, snappy performance, bezel-less display, phenomenal battery life, point-and-zoom video features, and wide-angle snappers, the edge-to-edge “bezel-less” LG V30 is undoubtedly one of the best creations of the South Korean Multinational.

The last year flagship of LG – the LG V20 featured a secondary screen which characterized the V series. But in the V30, it is gone, and this is actually great! Rather than integrating the V30 with a secondary screen, LG has opted for the movable on-screen tab which is much better than any secondary displays. With a six-inch, Quad HD+ display mated on 2880 x 1440 pixels display resolution, LG V30 can deliver the most excellent smartphone experience to the users. Another thing which is making LG V30 super-exciting is its bezel-less display. With an 82 percent screen-to-body ratio, the handset feels flawless to grab in hand.

Like G6, the RAM of V30 stands on 4GB, while the processor is upgraded to the Snapdragon 835 SoC. Featuring the improved UX 6.0+ custom skin interface, LG V30 is running on Android 7.1.2 Nougat. With the inbuilt storage of 64GB in the LG V30 and 128GB in the LG V30+, both handsets also feature the option of expanding memory via micro SD card up to 2TB. Backed by a 3300 mAH battery, the phone also boasts a strengthened audio division. Incorporating the 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC powered by Bang & Olufsen, LG V30 also sports the Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) technology for delivering high-resolution audio streaming.

Among other best features, LG V30 is integrated with a voice-based system “Ok, Google” where certain keywords will carry out a variety of actions when allocated, even within the applications. The V30 is also a Daydream-ready smartphone, which means you can use it to submerge yourself in the mobile VR platform of Google, with the Daydream View VR headset, provided already.

In the camera division, the phone feature wide-angle cameras for making the pictures and videos sharper and superior. It has a rear dual-camera setup, where one wide-angle snapper has13 megapixels sensor with f/1.9 aperture, while the other is a16 megapixels shooter with f/1.6 aperture. While the trend of adding a “telephoto zoom” lens to dual-camera set-ups is at its peak, LG, going against the trend, has introduced the super wide-angle camera and they are simply great! With both fast and wireless charging technology, LG V30 is expected to cost more than $750. However, the price is yet to be confirmed by LG officially.