The 3300 mAh battery in the latest flagship of the LG V30 seems to be a decent link. Are you sure? We also checked the first LG V30 screen tests.
LG may be proud of its latest flagship. The LG V30 should meet the expectations of the most demanding users, especially as it is primarily a top-of-the-line multimedia smartphone .
LG V30 – battery
I have no doubt that this machine will be able to cope without any problems with all the games, applications and whatever we will try to tire of it … well – tired. We can enjoy the 6 inch QHD screen , but this screen consumes quite a lot of energy. Is the 3300 mAh battery enough to use without the need to carry a powerbonka and charger?Comparing the predecessor – the V20 we can see that it is improving. The battery, although similar (the V20 has a 3200 mAh battery), on paper using the V30 we can talk without interruption for 20 hours. Predecessor allowed (only) 16 hours of continuous conversation. When analyzing the strength of the handset at rest, we may be a bit more concerned. The LG V20 could "overwhelm" 160 hours, while the debut successor will last 120 hours or about 5 days in low power mode. Officially, the continuous talk time and idle time of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and S8 + was expected to be higher than what the V30 reported, while the LG G6 (5.7 "and 3300 mAh) was better than the South Korean flagship.
LG V30 – screen quality
The Lg V30 is equipped with a 6-inch OLED screen. Being more detailed is POLED, that is Plastic-OLED , thanks to which the manufacturer slightly flexed the smartphone on the side to get something like 2.5D effect. Of course, as a flagship device with a great-looking screen, the manufacturer emphasizes the advantages of using an OLED panel. They are primarily juicy colors, perfect blackness, response time faster than LCDs, 148% coverage of the sRGB color palette, and a 109% coverage of the DCI-P3 movie palette. How does it look in practice against other devices? Thanks to the comparisons made by the Android Authority, we can now have a preview of how bright the screen is and what color temperatures we can expect. The color temperature displayed by the V30 is definitely cooler than the Galaxy S8 + with which it was put in the test, and it is cooler than the LG G6. Samsung recorded a value of 7471 Kelvin, while the V30 was 8542.Another test was the brightness measurement. The maximum manual setting caused the brightness of the screen to be: 421 rivets for V30 and 398 rivets for S8 + . On the sunny day wins the latest multimedia flagship LG. When set to brightness, the V30 automatically records a maximum brightness of 606 nits, while the brightness value for the Galaxy S8 + is 535 nits. None of the devices came close to 1000 rivets, though in specific conditions the Samsung display is capable of that. With such good results of maximum backlighting, resolution of the projected image and finally its size, I am both delighted and anxious. Delighted by the performance and the fact that the LG V30 will most likely be one of the best (well, maybe out of calibration) and concerned about how much the actual battery will withstand the load. We will soon find out soon when your smartphone will undergo a first life test in practice. I believe, however, that the V30 will be a great smartphone that will be able to please one user at a time, but I know that a great display usually does not go hand in hand with a long battery life. Source: PhoneArena , AndroidAuthority