LG will formally unveil its new V30 on August 31, but we may already know everything about the new flagship phone before that. Videos of the device provided a glimpse of it in action last week, and now, we have an official render - leaked by Evan Blass (better known as @evleaks) - to give us another clear look at the high-end handset.
LG teased the OLED FullVision display of the V30 earlier this month, and it's clearly visible in this latest image. The 6-inch screen will follow in the footsteps of LG's G6 flagship, released earlier this year, with ultra-slim bezels and rounded corners.
The image also shows a sleek profile for the V30, including what appears to be a metallic frame. On the rear, there's a dual-lens camera, and below it, the power button with integrated fingerprint sensor, similar to many other LG smartphones.
However, the V30 has ditched the unique secondary display that featured on the V10 and V20, making it a far more 'conventional' device than its predecessors. HTC 'borrowed' that same feature for its U Ultra flagship, which launched a few months ago.