During the IFA 2017 in Berlin, LG Electronics unveiled the LG V30+ and now its latest smartphone line is coming to the Gulf region.
LG engineers squeezed a 6-inch, 18:9 FullVision display into a frame that is 8mm shorter and 3mm narrower than its predecessor. Additionally the LG V30+ weighs 158g and the design includes front and back tempered glass that wraps around the edges.
Under the hood, the smartphone includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with the option to expand to 2TB with the MicroSD.
The front camera is 5MP and the rear dual camera 1 is 16MP and the rear dual camera 2 is 13MP. The smartphone has also included the first F1.6 aperture and glass lens in the camera which offers professional quality movies and videos by shooting in LG-Cine Log format.
Furthermore, the F1.6 aperture lens that highlights the main camera captures more light for brighter images. The Crystal Clear lens is composed of glass, a material usually only found in higher-end cameras that delivers more accurate colours and crisper images than traditional plastic lenses.
Yong Geun Choi, President of LG Electronics Gulf, said: "The V30+ was designed to help consumers best capture the experiences that make up our life stories. Its functions and features delight our senses of sight, sound and touch and when it comes to looks, it may just be the most beautiful smartphone we've ever developed."
This weekend LG fans will be able to purchase the smartphone in either Aurora Black or cloud Silver from selected retailers for AED 3,049.