In 2017, in addition to Apple’s 10 anniversary edition of the iphone x, LG V30 can be said to be another surprise for the handset market in the second half of this year. Looking back at last year’s poor performance, this year’s LG show signs of improvement. So, what is the performance of V30 in the market since its official release in Berlin, Germany?
Some people think that LG’s smartphone is always in some way to follow the footsteps of Samsung. As a direct competitor from the same country, LG is in the wrong track of development. Overall, Samsung’s OLED display, camera features are far ahead of LG. Competitiveness is not very strong compared to Samsung.
The Android Police platform, which specialises in Android news, is a disparaging comment for LG V30. While praising the advantages of its headphone and oversized aperture, it also points out some of LG’s flaws–oled screen, bloated software and medium battery life, and so on.
In fact, the tiniest borders of many phones look similar, but to some extent, V30 gets the closest look to the iphone x, and its symmetry and softness are good. It is even thought that V30 looks more appealing than a mobile phone like millet mi Mix 2.
As for the camera, I have to compliment LG for providing a very popular camera experience for its users. Not to mention, LG V30 also continues the dual-camera configuration, loaded with a 16 million megapixel standard lens, and has a F1.6 large aperture and 71 degrees view, this is the current smartphone the maximum aperture value!
The most controversial aspect of V30 is undoubtedly the screen. Although the recently produced V30 phones seem to have little or no problems with banded or black spots, it seems to me that LG does have a problem with OLED panel production. Of course, when it comes to LG V3 ‘s screen, we have to start with Google’s Pixel 2 XL. Both OLED screens have a large defect-the blue shift problem. This, LG V30 is worse than Google Pixel 2 xl.
In addition, LG V30 bloated software and general battery life is also very annoying.