3. LG V30
LG has always impressed with its V series since it’s born, be it the multimedia features or the amazing camera capabilities packed along with great processing prowess. For us, it’s always the LG’s UI that has been a cause of concern. With , LG has turned the game around with the design, camera, multimedia and tons of unique productivity features.
It comes in a glass sandwich design that is the first in the series along with a POLED display which comes with QHD resolution. It is a cinematographer’s phone with amazing manual video and cinematography skills, which leverages the dual 16-megapixel camera setup with a stunning f/1.6 aperture (first in its class) and a wide-angle lens. This time around, LG has got rid of its , and replaced it with a software tweak. The phone this time comes with waterproofing and is MIL-STD 810G compliant to withstand against accidental drops and enhanced durability.
There is a lot to talk about this phone but we’ll keep it brief in this post. If you want go dive deep into nitty gritty about it, you can head over to . The smartphone is expected to arrive in India either in late October or early November, which will be confirmed later by the company.