The Lowest price of LG V30S ThinQ in Pakistan was Rs. 1,534.
The LG V30S ThinQ, is a slight update on the LG V30, and is a pretty decent phone in terms of its features. However, this isn’t something that cannot be delivered by more affordable smartphones. Nor is it something new or exciting which LG has brought to the table.
While LG V30s ThinQ is the same as the V30, we can still admire that glossy steel frame which gives that all-glass look. It truly looks mesmerizing and is something that will turn a few heads, even in 2018. There is one small thing, if you might’ve noticed is that Google Pixel 2 XL has borrowed a few of the visual elements from the phone. Even though they have given their very own unique touch to it and it seems better than the LG V30. Because of the 18:9 aspect ratio, you may find it to be smaller in the hand than you can think. It comes with a 6 Inch P-OLED display which powers around a resolution of 2880 x 1440 which is HDR-ready and suitable to watch or play virtual reality games in Google Daydream. The basic layout of the phone is literally the same as the V30, only slightly revised. The phone is mainly dominated by the screen, a dual camera setup is present on the rear with a circular fingerprint sensor below and USB type-C port and the speakers are present on the bottom while the 3.5mm Audio Jack is present on the top. The Volume button is located on the phone’s left side, while the SIM and MicroSD slot occupy the trim along its right side.
The phone seems to look as if there shall be no problem, it’s running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Platform, which might suffice for the device, as it surely isn’t the latest anymore, but it is the best chipset. 6GB of Ram for your phone to run smoothly and 128 GB internal storage for you to download all the applications your heart desires. If you aren’t happy with that then you can expand it to a massive 2 Terabytes, so you never run out of space.
The Camera itself has evolved just a slight much from its previous version. It now has Vision AI for new camera features. Which in turn adds features such as AI CAM, Qlens and Bright Mode to the already amazing V30s Thinq camera. This is something which I personally dislike as the main innovation in the phone was the Camera which truly didn’t need an upgrade but to me, LG is just selling their V30 again to us except these slight impractical changes.
The Front-facing Camera is around 5 MP with an aperture of f/2.2 and a 90-degree field view. Which is great in my opinion. Then there are the Dual rear cameras which are made up of a 16-megapixel standard lens and an aperture of f/1.6 and a field view of 71-degrees. Then there is the Wide Angle lens which is around 13 MP and an aperture of f/1.9 and a 120-degree field view.
The Battery is in short, great. A 3300 mAh battery shall ensure you that your phone will not die when you need it the most. Coupled with Qualcomm Quick charge 3.0 you can definitely get around 17 hours of battery with around 6 hours of screen time in a single charge. Which is a lot compared to other flagship phones which deplete in almost 12-13 hours.
The Final statement is really that considering 700 Euros for this, I wouldn’t buy it. Really. The specs are great, the Display is fine, the camera is breath-taking and the battery life remarkable but I can get all of that in other phones, if you want an LG phone though, I’d advise you to go for the V30 since this is really the same thing with just a few new easily forgettable AI features.
|Oct 2021||Rs. 1,534|
|Dimensions||151.7 X 75.4 X 7.3 Mm|
|Body To Screen Ratio||81.2%|
|Resolution||1440 X 2880 Pixels|
|Pixel Density||537 Pixels Per Inch|
|Processor||Qualcomm Msm8998 Snapdragon 835|
|Card Slot||Yes, Up To 400GB (Dedicated Slot) - Single-sim Modelmicrosd, Up To 400GB - Uses Sim 2 Slot|
|Ram||6GB , 6GB|
|Storage||256GB , (V30s+) 128GB|
|Video||[email protected], [email protected]/60fps, [email protected]|
|Sensors||Fingerprint (Rear-mounted), Compass, Gyro, Proximity, Color Spectrum, Accelerometer, Barometer|