LG V30 Will Ditch Secondary Ticker Display

    It’s just been months after the release of LG V20, now LG V30 rumors started to pouring up the internet.

    Back in the day, after the unsuccessful hit of LG G5, it was expected that LG V20 would blow up the smartphone market with some new features but nothing happened, though it was much appreciated as it was the first non-Nexus smartphone to run Android Nougat out-of-the-box. unlike LG V10, LG v20 was rolled out in the international markets.

    ALSO READ: Lenovo ZUK Edge: Specs, Leaks, and Rumors!LG V30The secondary display was exclusive for the V-series. It was introduced with the LG V10 which was continued with the release of LG V20 and now, LG V30 is rumored to ditch the secondary ticker display with something more interesting in terms of display technology which is yet unknown.

    If the latest post by Evan Blass turns out true then LG is abandoning the ticker display from the successor to LG V20. Bidding ‘adieu’ to the ticker display, the leakster revealed that he posses the actual renders of the LG V30.




    No surprise, LG is doing a lot of experiments with their smartphones to hold the smartphone market. The wide-angled camera as part of a dual camera setup was pushed cautiously to the V10 front camera and this experiment was later promoted to the main camera of LG G5 and V20.

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    The V20 was announced in the early September and according to rumors V30 is a good 9 to 10 months away but renders are always welcome.


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