First talking about the official information from LG itself, the company says that the V30 smartphone will feature the company#8217;s custom Android UI, i.e. UX 6.0+, which has been optimised to work better with the OLED FullVision display (aspect ratio of 18:9). The company has also said that the UX 6.0+ offers more personalisation options to the users as well.
#8220;When powered off, the Always-on Display is even more customisable than before. The AOD now not only shows the clock, it can also be set to display Quick Tools, Music Player or a personal photograph as well,#8221; LG said in its release.
While the leaks already suggested that LG will be ditching the secondary display, which was present on previous V series flagships, from the upcoming V30, the company has now announced that it will turn into a #8216;Floating Bar#8217;. The Floating Bar, which is semi-transparent, essentially allows quick access to frequently used functions and can be dragged completely off the FullVision display when not in use, as per the company#8217;s press release.
Finally coming to the pricing, the LG V30 and LG V30 Plus have been estimated to be priced around 800,000 KRW (roughly Rs. 44,900) and KRW 1,000,000 (roughly Rs. 56,100) respectively. We will still advise you to take the leaks with a pinch of salt and wait till the actual announcement from the company for any confirmation.