LG finally launched their LG V30+, a successor to their recently announced LG V30. It sports an additional 64GB of internal storage, 128GB in total, and supports expandable storage. It even comes in a total of four different colors – Aurora Black / Cloud Silver / Moroccan Blue / Lavender Violet.
Another thing we noticed is its inclusion of a headphone jack, which is becoming a ‘feature’ nowadays.
Like the V30, it features a F1.6 / 71° and F1.9 / 120° camera lens, with one capable of taking wide angles. LG’s stock camera app comes with a Cine Video Mode that allows you to film in predefined ‘filters’. Taking videos of various scenes with different lighting, using the same filter, produces a similar-looking scene. This can be especially useful for aspiring film-makers who do not intend to splurge on an expensive setup, while still having a great smartphone.
One thing we’re wondering is whether the V30+ will be updated to Android Oreo (8.0) for additional software goodies.
Update: Hands-on available to the public from 1 to 7 November 2017 at ION Orchard, Basement 4 Atrium.