LG may update its flagship V30 with an AI camera. As we all know that last fall LG’s V30 smartphone hit the tech market as a strong and influential flagship with some notable flaws. Now, we received latest rumor that LG is going to announce a new model at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2018: The V30s, a mostly similar phone equipped with a new-fangled AI-powered camera.
Although, fall LG’s V30 smartphone was a strong flagship device but there was some flaws in it which was pointed out by many. On the other hand, we all loved it that how much it suited the vlog life.
According to ETNews via Phone Radar, the V30s’ AI camera would work with an “LG Lens” having quite similar funtions to Google Lens on the Pixel 2 or Bixby Vision on Samsung’s Galaxy S8.
In simple words, whenever you’ll point the phone at any object, the camera will recognize it and give on-screen context. However, it’s uncertain if that broadens beyond AI recognition to the heights of assistance ship that Samsung’s and Google’s AI-plus-camera platforms aim to be.
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Moreover, there is also rumor that V30s will also have more storage space. In this regard, Scuttlebutt also declared that the LG V30s should present 256GB of internal storage, the similar to the hideously expensive 2 million won ($1,800) V30 Signature Edition and double the 128GB cap of the stock LG V30.
Furthermore, LG’s upcoming new model will also comprise a MicroSD slot for more expansion. We assume that Phone Radar’s leaks are accurate and V30s by LG will go on sale in South Korea in early March after it debuts at MWC 2018.
It is pertinent to mention here that MWC 2018 will be held at Barcelona from February 26 to March 1 and we’re only weeks away from revealing and uncovering rumors about the phones and tech gadgets which will going to be turn out into reality.