LG V30 Concept
New renders have appeared that show an early version of LG’s vision for the upcoming V30. Essentially a slider phone with a secondary touch display in place of the physical keyboard you might find on the BlackBerry Priv, it’s a pretty intriguing concept. Evan Blass, who shared the renders, was quick to note that the final design of the LG V30 may well have departed from these early concepts, but they do provide a tantalising glimpse into LG’s thinking.
The original LG V10 was a surprise hit, with its chunky design, secondary ticker display, dual front-facing cameras, DAC and amp setting it apart both visually and functionally from the rest of the pack. The follow-up V20 took a design departure from the original, falling largely in step behind the flagship LG G5and switching the dual cameras to the back.
his actually reminds me of the original Barnes & Nobile Nook, which had a small touchscreen below its primary e-ink display. Of course, that was more out of necessity, as the e-ink screen wasn’t touch-capable. Hopefully we’ll see more leaks of the V30 in the months approaching its release.Stay connected for more Android news.