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LG’s New Press Invitation Confirms V30 Will Focus on Camera Quality

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A recent report out of Android Authority claimed LG would focus strongly on the quality of the upcoming V30 smartphone’s camera as it’ll have a massive f/1.6 aperture and improved software controls. This is all but confirmed in a new press invitation the company is sending to media outlets, as originally noted by ZDNet.

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As you can see, LG has formally confirmed the V30 naming and the fact it’ll focus on the camera. “Lights. Camera. Action.” is the company’s tagline for this event, it appears. While no additional information is given, we do get confirmation the event will be live-streamed on the company’s Facebook and YouTube pages.

LG earlier confirmed the V30 would feature a 6-inch Quad HD+ FullVisoin OLED display, while the device is also expected to come with a Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage all sealed inside a glass body. Its design leaked yet again yesterday in new videos.

We’re still a bit over three weeks away from seeing the device officially, but expect more V30 goodness in the meantime.

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