LG has said that the upcoming V30 smartphone will offer audio features “unseen in a smartphone before.” In a press release outed today, the company says the device features a 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC, which offers more customizable options compared to the Hi-Fi Quad DAC that was there in the V20.
A couple of new features the Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC offers are: digital filters and sound presets. “Even with ordinary equipment, LG V30 users can experience much of the high-quality audio enjoyed by listeners using expensive headsets,” the company claims.
Moving on, LG says it has managed to cut the distortion rate down to 0.0002 percent. Plus, the V30 includes technology that facilitates high resolution audio streaming. And the handset’s HD Audio Recorder is capable of using the audio receiver simultaneously as a microphone.
Lastly, the South Korean company notes that B&O PLAY has fine-tuned the overall sound experience in the V30, while also adding their own exclusive touch to it. Like its predecessor, the V30 will also come bundled with a set of B&O PLAY earphones.
Late last week, LG released a new video teaser for the phone, highlighting the “Immersive sound” experience feature. Check out the video for yourself (embedded below):
The LG V30 is set to be officially unveiled on August 31.