The first screenshots that went online suggest that the LG V30 may have a different camera than the Korean manufacturer promised. It is very possible, however, that this is simply a malfunction in the software.
The LG V30 is currently one of the more interesting flagship Android smartphones. This device also has a camera with f / 1.6 light, which in vain to look for the competition. Screen shots that appear on the web show, however, that the smartphone does not use its greatest advantage when taking pictures. At first it was possible to think that LG had deceived us about the sensor itself, but it is more likely that it was simply a bug directly related to the V30 software . Remember that devices that have been shown, for example, on the IFA 2017 or elsewhere, often have software that has not been completely refined – the final, stable version only comes out after a dozen or so days we pull out a flag wagon from the box. The V30 problem may simply be embedded in the EXIF data management algorithms in the images. LG also simplifies the situation – even in a statement for Android Central, the company employee admitted that the V30 actually uses the f / 1.6 aperture and there are no reasons to worry. So it looks like it's just a plain mistake. More about the situation you will be able to tell when the first LG V30 games will hit the hands of users.Source: Android Central