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LG hadn't responded to a request for comment at the time of publication of this article. The sides are as usual with any flagships these days - buttons encased in a premium frame.

As we quickly approach the end of summer, we're expecting some of the biggest names in the smartphone world to release its latest and greatest. The dual rear cameras are placed in nearly the same setup like what we saw in the LG V20, along with LED flash and autofocus sensor. The LED flash also seems to be accompanied by the laser autofocus module, as pointed out by Android Central. The frontal of the device resembles the Galaxy S8 duo because this time around LG did not include its branding below the display, which makes the bezels very minimal than the LG G6.

The leaker, who also turns out for VentureBeat, has had exclusive access to images of the LG V30, giving us an idea of what the South Korean company has been working on for months now. It's now being speculated that the power button has been integrated into the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone features a massive display in the front, which is reportedly 6.3 inches. If rumours are to be believed, the LG V30 might be around 700 United States dollars while the LG V30 Plus might be around 850 USD. The secondary "ticker" display seen on last year's V20.

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You know that LG V30 got a camera with the widest aperture yet, and you also know how its updated user interface looks. This means that the V30's camera will be able to take better photos in low light situations.

The LG V30 specs are unknown at this point, but we will find out more once the device is debuted on August 31. The smartphone is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip, and will probably sport 4GB of RAM alongside 64GB of internal storage.

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