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(Pocket-lint) - Usually reliable Twitter tipster @OnLeaks has cited his sources as saying the upcoming LG V30 will support wireless charging, have a dual rear camera and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

We expect the V30 will be officially announced and launched in either September or October, going on the previous launch cycle of the V-series of flagship devices.

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If it does feature wireless charging, it should mean the V30 will ditch the metal build, or at least the rear panel from the V20, and replace it with a glass back instead. It will also mean the V30 will be the second LG phone to come with the feature, following the recent announcement of the G6+.

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OnLeaks says the V30 will have a dual rear camera, but doesn't say what the two image sensors will be, but it could feature a similar 13-megapixel dual camera system as seen on the LG G6, which has a wide-angle lens and a regular lens.

The glass rear panel is also expected to host a fingerprint sensor, which all but confirms the V30 will have a full screen front, which we expect to be 5.7-inches, and with no physical buttons.

Of course, this is just a rumour for now, with no official word from LG itself, so as ever, take it with a pinch of salt. However, the suggestions match up with rumours we've already heard, and they would represent a natural progression from the LG V20.

Writing by Max Langridge.