Will be demoed at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Just before its official debut at MWC this week, LG has officially announced the LG V30S ThinQ – an upgraded version of its V30 flagship released a couple of months back. This new version introduces new AI features and commands along with new shooting modes that promise to improve low-light photography.
The LG V30S ThinQ’s new Bright Mode not only measures ambient light surrounding your subject but AI also help brighten images taken in low light without putting too much noise.
Also new to the smartphone is the AI cam that can analyze what subject you are shooting and from there offer a shooting mode the get the best results. A new feature called QLens is also built into the camera and lets you scan QR codes on the fly along recommendations to your shopping list.
But don’t let the new version fool you. The LG V30S ThinQ is still similar in more ways than one from the original V30, and that includes the same Snapdragon 835 SoC and the 6-inch OLED screen. The V30S’s upgraded components include 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage and is now running Android Oreo out of the box.
LG concluded the announcement by also introducing the V30+ – a 256 GB variant of the same smartphone.