LG Plans to Roll Out LG V30 With a Secondary Slide Out Display and 13 MP Dual Selfie Camera

LG V30

Life is Good! This slogan of LG could come to life at the release of the LG V30 by the company. According to a company insider, there is not much available on the internet for media and users to read about LG’s next smartphone called the LG V30.

But the company now aims to take smartphone competition to the next level by rolling out plenty of ultra-smart features in the LG V30. The secondary display could be one of the most outstanding features of this phone. This is not the only thing that this smartphone will have for smartphone lovers.

In other words, let’s take a good look at the specifications of the LG V30 below:

  • Compatibility with GSM/HSPA and LTE Network Technology
  • Single SIM Variant (Nano SIM)
  • Dual SIM Variant (Both Nano)
  • 2 Inches Display Size
  • Multitouch display
  • Supports 1440*2560 Screen Resolution
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection
  • Will run on Android Nougat 7.1 Operating System
  • Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 Chipset
  • Octa-core (4*2.45 GHz Kryo &4*1.9 GHz Kryo) CPU
  • Adreno 540 GPU
  • Dedicated slot for microSD card of up to 256 GB
  • 64 GB Internal memory for 4 GB RAM variant
  • 128 GB Internal memory for 6 GB RAM variant
  • 13 MP Dual Primary camera
  • 8 MP Secondary camera
  • 5 mm audio jack
  • Loudspeakers
  • Dedicated mic for active noise cancellation
  • B&O Play certification
  • Will support Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, and Hotspot
  • 2 A2DP, LE, aptX Bluetooth
  • Support for NFC and infrared port
  • No radio
  • 1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector USB
  • Battery power not confirmed yet
  • Will be available in Titan, Silver and Pink colors

We don’t think knowing just the specifications of LG V30 is enough. You must also take a good look at its features to determine whether it’s going to be the next phone for you!

Now let’s see what the LG V30 seems to have in store for smartphone lovers.

Features of the LG V30:

Secondary Slide Out Display:

Does anything interrupt your primary display while you are using your phone for calling, playing games, watching your favorite videos or while working? If yes, LG has solved that issue with plans to introduce a secondary slide out display to reduce your headaches. This secondary display will replace the physical keyboard. LG is hoping you’ll like it.

Massive Display Size of 6.2 Inches:

Wow! A 6.2 inch display sounds awesome! But wait a minute! Do you really believe that this much display will be the defining feature of the LG V30? To be very honest with you, you must include the size of secondary slide out display in that decision. This is what makes its display 6.2 inches.

But what makes it the best feature is the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection. For performance, it is definitely going to exceed your expectations with the ability to support 1440*2560 mega pixel screen resolution.

Dual Camera for Selfie

Selfie time! Selfie freaks will be satisfied as LG is giving them a 13 MP dual camera to click crazy selfies and an 8 MP secondary camera with lots of features like an f1/8, OIS, 3-axis, face detection AF, f2/4, Dual LED flash, HDR, Geo-tagging, Touch Focus 1/3” sensor size, 1.12 um pixel size, and stereo sound.

And the list does not stop here as you will also get an opportunity to record videos at different speeds and at different angles.

Final Thoughts:

This is a very good phone for journalism professionals who have to capture everything clearly in photographs. Even business professionals will find it useful provided it has strong battery. This is something that the company needs to clarify in order to make sure the LG v30 exceeds your expectations and requirements.

LG Launches X Venture With 4100 mAh Battery Power

Lg X ventureLife is good! LG has been trying its best to live up to its slogan in the smartphone category. This is why the company has revealed its new smartphone called the LG X Venture. The company is labelling it as a rough and tough kind of phone for users in love with active lifestyle. At the very first look, it appears to be a very powerful and durable smartphone.

Let’s not waste any more time and get to the bottom line. Take a good look below to know more about LG’s new X Venture:

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LG Is Planning to Top the Charts with LG G6 Bendable Smartphone in September 2017


LG, the South Korean Smartphone leader, is ready to cement its market dominance like never before. The company has prepared its blueprint to rule the market. This new smartphone, expected to be the LG 6, is an example of superior technology included in the Premium LG smartphone Series.

The development of LG G6 successfully represents the establishment of LG’s reputation among big players such as:

  • Apple INC.
  • Sony
  • Samsung
  • Xiamoi
  • HTC

The rumor mill running fast on the internet is strongly pointing towards the LG G6 to stand out among the best smartphones of 2017. This much awaited technical innovation is specifically directed towards exceeding user experience in a whole new way. This latest smartphone from LG looks promising and technically superior in integration of technology for adding to the user experience in a whole new way.

This main objective of this article is become a useful source of latest news and education for seeking knowledge about LG G6 – features, performance, quality and specifications.

Some Rumored Specs of LG G6:

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The iPhone 5s- Replicated or Revised?

iPhone 5s revised

As with the older models released by Apple, the ‘S’ version has swept its loyal customers by feet yet again with its iPhone 5s phone. Although the model simply replicates its ancestors in the look and feel, it certainly has a number of improvements to boast of on the inside.

The iPhone 5s has an A7 chip that offers fast performance and 64-bit support. Its Touch ID works as well as it is advertised on the television. The global LTE support has also added another feather to the handset’s hat as a performance accelerating mechanism. With eight megapixels, the camera in this model is great and generates high quality pictures for the users.

Although one finds it easy to dismiss this handset as iterative, the 5s is the first smartphone with full 64-bit support and a capacitive fingerprint sensor, and it also ships with a fresh, revamped version of iOS. This might not matter to folks who were satisfied with the status quo, but does make a difference to Apple as well as to the company’s legacy. More so, if the company wants to avert an increasingly fierce group of competitors, it has to continually provide something fresh and unique, which is also in line with the set standards of iPhone handsets. Whether investing in a “forward-thinking” phone today is worth it or not is for time to tell.

The iPhone 5s is an evolution of the iPhone 5, and is certainly not a necessary commodity to own. However, it definitely brings in new technologies that will soon set a standard on all of Apple’s devices. For those who cannot hold their curiosity levels, be assured that buying an iPhone will never let you down. But our observation is that while most consumers will be glad to keep using the 5c model, the 5s is better-suited for gamers and power users.

The New Inside-Out: YotaPhone 2


The dashing sequel to the YotaPhone has finally been launched, and this time, with changes for the better. The new and improved YotaPhone 2 has a fresh design and its high-end specs and bigger, higher-resolution displays are welcome upgrades. Regarded as the most interesting smartphone that has ever lined the mobile market, this is a handset with an E Ink display that is not just there as a novelty but has several, legitimate uses. The backside of the phone is no longer an oddity; it’s an asset.

The Dual-screened phone is an engineering marvel with its thoroughly useful E Ink screen. The gorgeous primary AMOLED display makes a rich visual experience. The phone has top-tier performance with cool points aplenty. At 144 x 69.5 x 8.9mm, and 145g (5.1 ounces), the YotaPhone 2 is slightly taller than average mobile sets having a 5 inch display. Even with that large of a screen, one thing that will continuously keep you occupied is figuring out how they packed two displays, a 2,500mAh battery and everything else in a phone with such a sleek body.

At 4.7 inches, the secondary E Ink display is bigger on the new YotaPhone and also sports a higher resolution of 960 x 540 and is capable of producing 16 different levels of gray. The most important upgrade to the E Ink display on the YotaPhone 2 is that it’s now entirely multitouch-enabled, so you can poke at it like you would any other touchscreen.

Both of the cameras on the YotaPhone 2 are different from those found on its predecessor, but only one’s changed for the better. That would be the front-facing shooter, which is now 2.1 megapixels, compared to the original’s 1MP sensor. The main camera module is now eight megapixels, down from 13MP on the first YotaPhone.

The YotaPhone 2 is a blunt upgrade over its previous version, with bigger, better displays wrapped in a much sleeker package. Most importantly, the secondary E Ink screen is actually useful this time around. Although it is very expensive and won’t suit everyone’s budget, YotaPhone 2 has clearly shown that a dual screen form factor is workable, and in many cases desirable. Yota has definitely brought something new for consumers in the smartphone world.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: The Phone with Curves

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung’s second experimentally screened phone is out and has got people talking. Yes, the phone with a properly curved screen has its targeted audience in for a surprise. If you look at the basic shape and concept, the curved-screen uniquely comes out as a fresh innovation. But the phone draws so many features from the Galaxy Note 4 that one wonders if the curved screen is the only new addition or is there more to anticipate from the new, unconventional handset.

The Galaxy Note Edge is an attention grabbing piece with its subjective and divisive curves. The screen looks great, with the punchy contrast and sharpness that has been a Samsung flagship pillar for years.

Going head to head with the Note 4, the Note Edge boasts of the same high-resolution (2,560 × 1,600) screen as well as a 2.7GHz processor. A similar 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (and a 64GB option), with a microSD slot for expansion also confirms how close one is to the other. The phone’s battery, however, stays a little behind the Note 4. A slightly smaller 3,000mAh pack powers this special edition Note, as compared to 3,220mAh offered in the Note 4.

Although slightly more expensive as compared to the Galaxy Note 4, the phone is beautiful with its high-resolution curved display. Most of the features and looks are pretty similar to Galaxy Note 4. It has nearly all the same design touches and material finishes as the Note 4. The phone provides a long battery life and definitely has an excellent camera.

Samsung certainly stood for no compromises while designing the imaging capabilities of the Note Edge. The new model boasts a 16-megapixel camera, with Samsung’s “smart OIS” that is intended to increase the light (and detail) in low light areas. The front-facing camera is also a top-end sensor compared to the competition, 3.7 megapixels with an f/1.9 lens.

Overall, Samsung has provided the Galaxy Edge user with some of the best components beneath that unique display: 3GB of RAM to ensure multitask windowing runs smoothly, and a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor to back it up.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Resembles a Mini Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Note 4Having experienced working on small gadgets fitting snugly in our pockets, we now enter the era of the phablet. The device that makes all other phones seem comically small is slowly becoming people’s favorite and an unexpected hit.

The bigger and better handset by Samsung may not be artwork but can certainly be termed a beautiful device. The Note 4 is quite usable as it has been made very thoughtfully. Even though bigger in size, it fits in your hands pretty nicely such that the buttons and the screen are intuitively placed and easily accessed. The stylus is almost invisible until you pull it out and unlock the device.

For those looking for Samsung’s traditional removable battery or SD card slot, the device won’t disappoint them. The thin back slips off effortlessly and reveals the strong 3220 mAh battery and a small slot for a MicroSD card. Although the back cover appears to be too thin and flimsy, it is sturdy enough to keep things safe in the back of the device.

The screen, which is a full 5.7 inches, displays 2,560 x 1,440 pixels at 515ppi. With such great specs, it offers a great experience for reading, drawing, and general use. For a phablet, the screen is actually the best part and is great for people who can’t see the font on smaller phones. As far as the phone’s camera is concerned, Samsung deserves accolades for packing so many pixels onto such a small surface. It has a Snapdragon 805 processor that runs a Quad-core Krait 450 CPU at up to 2.7 GHz per core. Flaunting such high-end specs, the phone assures fast service for everything.

Samsung has packed an entire laptop’s worth of features into its package of phablets and has indeed done a good job of it. The device is a solid, useful, and usable phone designed for users who need a bit more real estate or at least for those with big hands. For many, the device promises to make them phablet converts, and this is certainly the best of the breed.

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Treading a New Path: The Xperia Z3v

Xperia Z3v

Sony’s latest handset, the Xperia Z3v, is a new age gadget that’s beaming with innovation. The smartphone is a waterproof device, something that is very difficult to offer in smartphones. Next, it can capture 4K video and plays high-resolution audio. And if you’re still looking for more, the device can even stream games from your PlayStation 4. With these unusual but much needed features, the phone has added to the telling technological bundle for the company’s latest flagship phone, a variant of the Xperia Z3. Sony Xperia Z3v is exclusive to Verizon in the U.S. and costs $199 with a two-year contract.

The great news for PlayStation owners is that the phone’s PS4 Remote Play adds an extra layer of convenience. It is able to stream gameplay from a PS4 console in real time. It does so with the optional mount costing $59.99 that fits onto a standard PlayStation controller

If you are a photography enthusiast, you will be glad to use this smartphone as it can shoot videos at 4K resolution, providing for a sharp and clean viewing experience. Equipped with a storage capacity of 32GB, you don’t need to bother yourself with the space the 4k resolution videos will grab. If need be, you can extend the storage up to 128GB using a microSD card.

With an impressive 20 megapixels, the rear camera has matched the pixel count of a good digital camera, making it redundant. The phone’s camera also comes with a bag of tricks to use the camera in the most creative ways. Playing high-res audio is definitely something that most phones can’t do, which makes this phone unique. It’s also equipped with digital noise cancellation technology.

Although this superb handset is available with only one carrier, which automatically limits its reach, it surely gives you a lot for your buck.

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World’s Thinnest Phone Launched

The world’s thinnest phone has been officially launched and it is a smartphone that you will need to rest on your palms with a bit of care, courtesy of its thin body. The Gionee Elife S5.1 belonging to the Chinese brand Gionee was revealed some time back, but just got its official launch today. The cellphone sports a light-weight body boasting a minimal 5.1mm thin structure.

Even prior to its launch, the smartphone had surfaced online in a few images. And as the curiosity regarding the super-thin smartphone kept mounting, the handset’s specifications also got leaked ahead of the official launch.

Going by the actual specifications, the handset is known to sport a 4.8-inch AMOLED 720p HD screen. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core chip clocked at 1.2GHz with 1GB of RAM. The phone’s camera stands at a good platform with 8-megapixels and LED flash around the rear. In terms of the phone’s storage, its capacity is limited to 16GB and cannot be expanded. Although the inbuilt storage capacity of this smartphone is sufficient for the regular user, it may not please others. The cellphone’s 2,100 mAh battery and Android Jelly Bean 4.3 OS run with Gionee’s own Amigo 2.0 interface laid on top. The Elife S5.1 measures 139.8×67.4×5.15mm and provides for Micro-SIM support. These specifications expect this awaited cellphone to get an appealing response by the consumers. How well it fares is going to be a story that will follow soon.

Notably, the Elife S5.5, from the flagship series by Gionee was claimed to be the world’s thinnest smartphone by Gionee until the launch of Elife S5.1, which beats the Vivo X3 at 5.75mm.

A fact that might depress mobile enthusiasts is that they might never get to experience the world’s thinnest phone. Well, not unless they are willing to go far to get it since it is only available in China. That’s right, the Gionee Elife S5.1 will not launch in the west, but there are always imports if you absolutely must have it.

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The New Alpha Series by Samsung Galaxy

Alpha SamsungAfter a lot of speculation, Galaxy Alpha by Samsung has finally been launched. It is Samsung’s first smartphone that has been made by using premium materials. For now, Alpha stands as a one of a kind in the range available by Samsung. However, it won’t be for long because some device codenames indicate that a new series around the Alpha is in pipeline.

Initially, the Alpha series is supposed to comprise only three devices, having product numbers SM-A300, SM-A500, and SM-A700. These three handsets will cover various price points. It is found safe to presume that Samsung will offer the Alpha brand in different screen sizes as well. While some of these smartphones appear to flaunt a few flagship specifications, it seems as though Samsung would prefer to keep this range a yard behind the flagship cellphones.

One of these products has already appeared on Samsung’s website. It is the SM-A500 phone that has a Full HD screen and runs the 4.4.4 version of the Android Operating System. Having a successful record with its flagship range called the Galaxy S series, Samsung does not want to confuse the new line with the old one. Therefore, even though the new handsets would showcase a premium build, the specifications will always be a little toned down. In that regard, it is probably wise to think of the Alpha range as a new mid-range series from the Korean company.

The first Galaxy Alpha smartphone has been launched this month. However, it is supposed to be rolling out across the globe during the initial few weeks of September. This premium material phone features a metal chassis, which is visible along its flat edges. Also, the rear plate of the phone is made of Samsung’s faux leather plastic. The specifications may appear solid; however, they still aren’t quite dramatically appealing. The phone has a 4.7 inches of the Super AMOLED 720 pixel viewing panel, 12 megapixel rear camera, 32 GB of non-expandable on board storage and an Exynos 5 octa-core 5430 processor with 2GB of RAM. These features, no matter how basic are sure to still serve the purpose for a regular mobile buyer in market, who in deed has very basic expectations from a smartphone.

Not long ago, the new Alpha mobile series were the subject of a circus of rumors, leaks, and speculation. With the facts out on the table now, it appears as though the games are going to make a come-back again.

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