The phone comes with ridiculously slim bezels allowing the display to take up over 80 per cent of its front side. Importing a device is less than ideal because it can lead to issues with cellular bands and warranties. The V30 comes with a 64GB storage, while the V30+ is backed by a 128GB storage.
In terms of specifications, the handset will sport a 6-inch Quad HD+ FullVision OLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio.
The device runs Android Nougat out of the box, but LG might release the device in India with Android Oreo. The feature, which seems to be a gradual progression of Android 7.0's split-screen multitasking capabilities, has been extended to the camera software as well. However, it must be noted that LG G6 was launched at a price of Rs 55,000.
One of the primary highlights of the V30+ is the dual rear camera setup.
Coming to the camera department, the LG V30+ features a dual camera setup on the back consisting of a 16MP primary camera with OIS, EIS, PDAF, f/1.6-aperture, 71-degree wide-angle lens and a 13MP secondary camera with 120-degree wide-angle lens and f/1.9 aperture. In addition, the dual camera system on-board the V30+ uses crystal clear glass lens instead of plastic and that should also aid in better photos. In case you feel like it, you can increase the internal storage space to up to 2TB via a microSD card. The device is IP68 certified water and dust resistant and is also MIL-STD 810G certified. The secondary camera on the LG V30+ is a 5-Megapixel sensor with 90-degree wide-angle lens and f/2.2 aperture. The phone also comes loaded with Quick Charge 3.0, that the company claims can charges the device from empty to 50 percent in around 30 minutes.