Just a few weeks before its official launch, an official-looking LG V30 render has surfaced online courtesy of Evan Blass. The high-resolution preview looks like the real deal based on what we already know, and it’s also from a reliable source.

As expected, the V30 is an enlarged LG G6 with its FullVision 18:9 display and very thin bezels all around. According to LG’s posting before, it’ll be 6-inch OLED panel sporting a resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels. Not only that, the company also brags about its technical specifications of 148 percent coverage of the sRGB spectrum, 109 percent of the DCI-P3 color space, and HDR10 support.

Going to the back, we have the two rear cameras that are said to have an f/1.6 aperture — a first for a smartphone. The back does look sleek and clean with a perfectly rounded fingerprint reader neatly placed in the middle.

Overall, the LG V30 will be a refined large smartphone with its premium body. We’ll save our thoughts when we get our hands on it.

The V30 is set to be announced on August 31, and is expected to launch by early September. Pricing is rumored to be around US$ 700, with a more expensive Plus variant also in the works. It’ll battle the likes of the Galaxy S8+ or maybe even the Galaxy Note 8 sans the stylus.

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