Who doesn’t like to watch videos on their smartphone? We all do that. Some of us spend hours and hours every day watching videos on our phones in different apps. LG is reportedly aiming its next flagship smartphone at the video enthusiast crowd. The LG V30 is reportedly going to come with several new features that will make the handset feel more video-centric.
Android Authority reports that the LG V30 is going to feature a new Hi-Fi Digital Filter and Sound pre-set alongside support for Hi-Fi Streaming with MQA. This will enable the handset to stream hi-fidelity audio without experiencing any losses that one sees with conventional compressed audio files.
The LG V30 is also said to offer Hi-Fi video recording with RAM (receiver as a mic) which means that users will be able to connect an external microphone to the handset. This means that it will be a good option for those who like to record videos on the fly.
LG’s new flagship smartphone is also said to feature a new Advanced Quad DAC and even audio tuning by Bang & Olufsen in select markets.
LG is thus expected to focus the marketing campaign of the LG V30 on the audio/visual experience that it’s capable of providing. The company is expected to unveil the LG V30 on August 31st.