LG V30 is one of the most awaited names in the smartphone markets right now. LG’s second flagship device of the year, the phone has been spotted in numerous leaks in the past. One feature that has been missing from this years’ V-series smartphone from LG is that the company seems to have ditched the secondary screen. However, fresh reports indicate that the LG V30 secondary screen is going to be replaced with a floating bar this time.

LG V30 Secondary Screen Details:

In the past, the secondary screen on the LG V10 and LG V20 was present on top of the screen as a small display which allowed the users to quickly make use of various shortcuts and notifications. However, the LG V30 secondary screen comes in the form of a floating bar. This report comes via Android Authority, and while their sources are yet to detail out on what this floating bar is, expect most of the features of the standard secondary screen to make way to the floating bar too.

LG V30 Display Details:

In addition to the news on the LG V30 secondary screen being in the form of a floating bar, the report also confirms the dimensions of the display. The LG V30 will feature a 6 inched QHD OLED display. The display will be the same as the one on the LG G6 (i.e. FullVision display), and it will feature rounded corners. The phone is said to offer HDR 10 support, as well as support Google Daydream from day-1.

LG is also expected to collaborate with B&O for the audio technology. However, this is expected to be a limited partnership for a few regions only. The LG V30 is expected to come out with a cooling pipe similar to the LG V20, which will ensure it does not heat up. The phone will offer military standard protection, as well as IP68 protection against water and dust. More information on the LG V30 secondary screen is likely to come out in the days to follow. Stay tuned with us for more details on the LG flagship device.