LG V30 hands-on review – tests


LG’s brief flirtation with OLED gave us the Flex phones, but now it’s a long-term commitment. Yet – surprisingly – it’s not the screen, which covers 82% of the front of the LG V30, that is the star attraction. Instead, the much-improved dual camera is the main focus of this generation.

The screen still catches your eye thanks to its HDR10 support, meaning you can enjoy HDR content from Netflix, Amazon and other sources.

In fact, LG is heavily favoring cinematography features with the V30. It starts off simple, with 15 Cine effects, and ends up deep into advanced topics like log curves and color grading. The phone could be the only tool you need to use, starting from shooting, going through editing and finally sharing your creations.