LG's next device, the V30, will likely debut later this month, but we already know how it’ll definitely look come launch day.
Courtesy of OnLeaks, who has a decent track record with leaks, we've been treated to a leaked outline of the phone. It reportedly comes from the phone's user manual. It's immediately obvious that the V30 looks a lot like the V20. We can see the dual-camera system and a fingerprint sensor on the rear, as well as a front-facing camera, which seems to be positioned differently, as it's located in the top bezel.
But the one major difference between the past two V-series models and this upcoming one is that LG appears to have ditched the “second screen” for the V30. Previous leaks of the flagship phone had depicted a sliding secondary display, similar to the ones found on the V20 and V10, though we were warned those images were based on old concepts and could change. See Pocket-lint’s V30 guide for more leaks.
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The V30 should launch a day before IFA 2017 on 31 August. Pocket-lint will be there to bring you the latest as it happens. For more information on what to expect at IFA this year, check out our round-up here.