Another six months, another LG flagship phone.
Typically the V series has been LG’s wacky, experimental line with an extra “ticker” screen on the front.
This year, though, the V30 is all business.
The ticker is gone in exchange for a slim-bezel device and a clean look.
With the V30, LG is still basically following the same path that Samsung travels by shipping a heavily skinned phone with a glass back and slow updates. When you do all the same things as Samsung without the marketing budget, it’s hard to stand out.
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