LG’s Immersive OLED Technology is Now Available on Mobile with the V30+

LG’s best-in-class OLED technology on its flagship TV lineup. Now, with more and more content consumption being done on mobile devices, and the rise of display standards like HDR on smartphones, LG has brought its OLED panels to mobile with the LG V30+. The centerpiece of the LG V30+ is a massive 6.0-inch OLED FullVision with an elegant bezel-less design. It features all the deep blacks and vivid colors for which LG’s OLED panels are well known, as well as a crisp 2880 x 1440 resolution that showcases eye-popping detail in any content.

The display also supports the HDR10 and Dolby Vision standards, which allow it to show a wider range of brightness and contrast levels and color depth than ever before in supported high dynamic range content.

A good display needs good content, and with the LG V30+’s high-end camera system, you can capture your own moments in incredible detail. The dual camera features a huge f/1.6 aperture to let in more light than other smartphone cameras. It also has both standard-angle and wide-angle cameras that allow you capture a greater field of view as you see fit. And with LG’s Cine Video mode, mobile videography takes on a whole new level of cinematic detail – a perfect companion for the OLED display.

Aside from its best-in-class display, the LG V30+ also features all the hallmarks of a modern flagship smartphone, including the top-tier Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64 or 128GB of onboard storage, and IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. It also comes with a plethora of secure unlock options, including Face Recognition, Voice Recognition, Fingerprint Sensor, and Knock Code.

With the launch of the LG V30+, LG’s world-class OLED technology levels up your viewing experience right in the palm of your hand.

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