As the LG V30 will debut on a day before IFA 2017 on 31st August this year, it is currently one of the most anticipated LG smartphone by 4th quarter this year. Design of the LG V30 has been pretty much leaked and circulated online and its benchmark score can now be seen on the GeekBench database.
The LG V30 appears on GeekBench with the model number LGE LG-H932PR and it features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC along with 4GB RAM and runs on Android 7.1.2. Despite 6GB or 8GB RAM has been an industrial standard for flagship smartphones, there is no idea why LG V30 only features 4GB RAM (or is there other higher spec variant?)
Apart from its performing hardware, the V30 also has a 6 inches OLED Full Vision Display with 18:9 inches aspect ratio The dual rear camera and fingerprint sensor remains at the back with the 3.5mm audio jack retained on the top. Unlike the OnePlus 5, the V30 will features IP68 water and dust resistant certification to fit for current flagship standard.