I am sure you all have heard, LG’s about to be launched flagship device- V30. The predecessor to this newbie, that is the V20, had everything under it’s hood that a smartphone in 2016 should have- QHD display, Android’s latest OS, dual-camera setup, latest edition Snapdragon processor, microSD card support, removable battery, and I can go on and on; you ask for nice configurations and LG made sure to give it to us in the form of a nice device. And then LG came up with G6, anything that they might have got wrong with in the V20, was taken care of in the G6. But prepare yourselves, because we have something for you related to V30.

Earlier we had told you about how LG was planning to ditch the secondary display in V30 and now in a latest news, Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka @onleaks on Twitter) has teamed up with MySmartprice to reveal a full 3D render of the device, based on CAD specs given to accessory manufacturers. Even though the V30 is supposed to be a successor in the V series of smartphones, but it looks like LG is planning to keep the device specs in line with the G6. The video shows the features we expect, like dual rear cameras (also used in the V20), a rear fingerprint sensor and a USB-C port. The design shares many common elements with the G6, with notable changes including 2.5D glass on the front and back panels, and a subtle camera bump, to accommodate an advanced pair of dual-camera shooters. The display itself also appears to have an extremely subtle curve to its edges, though in these renders the angle is less pronounced than the Galaxy S8’s edge display.

The phone is also said to have a 6-inch display, which means it would be in between Samsung’s S8 and S8+ in terms of size. The render also shows that the device would sport bottom firing speakers and the classic 3.5mm headphone jack. Though you can see volume buttons on the left side of the device, there’s no sign of a side-mounted power button; which means the rear mounted finger print scanner might do the task of powering off the phone.

Again this render is a rumored video and not an official one from LG; so you do get the idea what we’re trying to say here right? But the good thing is that we wouldn’t have to wait too long for the device, as LG would be releasing the V30 on 31 August, ahead of the IFA trade show in Berlin.