Back in 2015, LG has firstly introduced the idea of a secondary display that comes with some new features apart from the main screen. Back then, the company has released the LG V10, a device that comes with some pretty good specifications and features.
The secondary screen on the LG V10 was actually a “section”, offering a strip panel from where users were able to control applications and receive some additional information (such as date, waiting notifications etc) while the main screen was turned off.
LG V30 To Come With A Better Secondary Display
According to Evan Blass, a well known phone leaker, has hinted recently via his Twitter account that LG might not bring a ticker display anymore on the upcoming V30 smartphone.
However, that doesn’t mean that the LG V30 will NOT have a secondary display. In fact, there are rumors which are suggesting that LG will bring a better and more synergized implementation of the secondary display.
There are high chances that LG will truly release a better secondary display for the upcoming V30 handset. A better secondary display will surely boost the sales on this upcoming handset and it seems that LG is trying to come with something unique in order to lure the customers.
LG V30: Specifications Unknown
Unfortunately, Evan Blass has not uploaded the LG 30 renders that he has on hand, so we don’t know much of it. However, he is expected to come with some news regarding this upcoming device in the following days.
Some earlier rumors were suggesting that the LG V30 will come with the following specs:
- Displays: a primary one of 5.7-inch that will support a resolution of 2560×1440 and a secondary one of 2.1-inch;
- Chipset: Octa Core Snapdragon 820;
- RAM: 4GB;
- Storage: 64GB internal with the possibility to expand it via a microSD card;
- Primary camera: 16MP;
- Secondary camera: 8MP;
- Battery: 3200 mAh.