LG V30 Price List July, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

LG V30 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of LG V30 in Philippines is PHP10500 from Shopee. The LG V30 features a 6" display, 16 + 13MP back camera, 5MP front camera, and a 3300mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the LG V30 is August, 2017.
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LG V30 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The cheapest price of LG V30 in Philippines is PHP10500 from Shopee. The LG V30 features a 6" display, 16 + 13MP back camera, 5MP front camera, and a 3300mAh battery capacity. It also comes with Octa Core CPU and runs on Android. Release date of the LG V30 is August, 2017. Read more
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Cheapest LG V30 Price in Philippines is ₱ 10,500.00

The LG V30 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest LG V30 price in Philippines is ₱ 10,500.00 from Shopee. LG V30 price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for LG V30

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 2.000.000 ₱ 6,895.00
Malaysia MYR 525.00 ₱ 6,208.00
Philippines PHP 10,500.00 ₱ 10,500.00
Singapore SGD 199.00 ₱ 7,328.00
Thailand THB 3,350 ₱ 5,099.00
Vietnam VND 2.099.000 ₱ 4,557.00

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LG V30 Specs

Screen Size 6"
Pixel Density 537ppi
Display Resolution 1440 x 2880pixels
Water Resistant Yes
Display Technology OLED
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera 16 + 13MP
Front Camera 5MP
Camera Lenses Dual Camera
Video Resolution 4K
Storage 128GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Weight 158g
Body Material Aluminium
Dimensions (W x H x D) 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm
Battery Capacity 3300mAh
Charging Wireless Charging and Fast Charging
CPU Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835 (10 nm)
Processor Core Octa Core
OS Android
OS Version Android 7.1.2 (Nougat)
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Type-C
5G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
Face Recognition No

LG V30 in the Philippines – Hits All the Sweet Spot for a ‘big’ Phone

Being the successor to the video-focused LG V10 and LG V20, the LG V30 major difference is its design language. From ditching the removable battery

Bigger, better overall design

The LG V30 has a taller 18:9 aspect ratio compared to its little brother the LG G6. However, it has a smaller screen area compared to a 16:9 phone. As a larger phone, it is still manageable when using it with one hand. On top of that, it is also slimmer and lighter even with the metal and glass construction that is used throughout the phone. Despite its larger screen and equal battery capacity, the LG V30 weight slightly lesser than the LG G6.

Made equal

No matter where you choose to purchase the LG V30, features such as the wireless charging built-in, and high-performance wired audio will remain the same. Every LG V30s come with a standard high-end spec loadout such as Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, and Android 7.1.2 Nougat.

Next level speakers

Featuring a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC (Digital-to-Analog Converter) it basically converts digital audio into an analogue signal. This is so that, it can be easily amplified through a speaker or headphone without succumbing to digital distortion. To simply put it, music will sound more robust and enhanced, just like how the original source would have sounded. Other than that, it will include digital filters with a range of sound presets. These features allows for customisation, while the presets let you select between enhanced, detailed, live, and bass characteristics. LG also catered this phone for the hearing impaired by also allowing users to separately regulate the left and right audio signals.

Upgraded Dual Camera

Being no stranger to the dual cameras, LG had this feature since their release of the G5. Nevertheless, it is still LG’s best dual camera to-date. It features a 16-MP main shooter behind an f/1.6 lens as well as a brighter wide-angle camera and an f/1.9 lens. The biggest improvement is its wide-angle photography where users can snap up photos in the dark with the brighter lens and upgraded post-processing. Aside from photography, the video capabilities are rather impressive too. With the LG Cine Log feature allows videos to be saved in LOG format so that there will be greater flexibility during post-production edits. Thanks to the 10-hit HDR sensor, it helps to maximise information on the file. From dark, gritty thriller to a light romantic comedy, there are several other colour presets to give your footage a specific look, without having to export to a PC.

Floating Bar

As the brand moved towards OLED and slimmer phones, LG has removed the secondary ticker display that can be seen on the previous V-series phones. The LG V30 has a floating bar feature which is a draggable arrow icon and tap to conjure up a list of app or settings shortcuts. If the floating bar does not work out for you, simply disable it by dragging it up to the “Remove” icon located at the top of the display.

Reviews of LG V30

Reviewed on 2018-02-01
And just like that, we're done with the first month of the year, but it has brought us new gadgets to review which include the Samsung Galaxy A8 & A8+ (2018), the LG V30+, ASUS Zenfone Max Plus, and OPPO A83. Check out our Gadget Reviews Roundup for Janua...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-26
LG launched the LG V30 towards the final quarter of 2017, but has only been over a month since its Plus variant arrived to our shores. The V30+ is currently the Korean brand's flagship and is equipped with all the features to make it the multimedia monste...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-08
Great performance, Very nice display, Impressive dual-rear camera, Beautiful design, Water-resistance, Wireless charging, HiFi sound
Very expensive
Announced back in September during IFA in Berlin, the LG V30 is a successor to the company's flagship phablet line. LG went back to the drawing board and re-thought the design approach, this time giving the V30 more semblance to the LG G6.LG Philippines d...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-01
Happy New Year fellow techies! 2017 is a wonderful year for the smartphone industry. We've seen smartphones evolved with smaller bezels and larger and taller screens. We have also seen the best cameras on many smartphones even on budget price range.We div...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-02
We're still in Berlin, Germany to cover IFA 2017, and we finally managed to get our hands on LG's latest flagship phone, the V30. While the G6 was a fine phone on its own, Qualcomm's exclusivity deal with Samsung meant that their latest flagship shipped w...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-24
If the LG V30 ($799) can deliver audiophile-grade sound, I thought, it has the potential to bring awareness of high-end audio to entire generations of smartphone users. The LG V30 could be the answer to the oft-asked question: "How is the High End ever go...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-14
Better photo and video quality, More camera modes, including bokeh effects and Super Slowmotion, More processing power, Higherquality screen, Great stereo speakers, Costs less, Wideangle cameras can be useful, Better battery life, Comes with 2year warrant...
A glance at the Samsung Galaxy S9+ next to the LG V30 wouldn't be enough to pick a favorite. It's just that both have so much in common: immersive OLED displays, dual cameras, glass-on-metal construction, and the list goes on. But while these two Android...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-02
Accurate test chart exposures in all lighting conditions, Well-controlled noise in indoor and outdoor conditions, Accurate color rendering and white balance in most conditions
Autofocus instabilities in all lighting conditions, Visible residual vibrations with walking motion, White balance failures with illumination changes
Launched in August 2017, the LG V30 is the Korean manufacturer's latest flagship smartphone, offering a dual-camera setup and some interesting photography features. The primary camera boasts a 16Mp Sony IMX351 1/3.1″ sensor, coupled to a fast f/1.6 real g...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-22
Better photo and video quality, Bettersounding speakers with stereo sound, Has portrait mode, Timely software updates from Google, Betterlooking display, Wideangle camera is nice having, Wireless charging, More beautifully made, Still has a headphone jack...
This year, we finally got the "phones of the future" — all these thin-bezeled, all-screen devices which only existed in fan-made renders a couple of years ago are now a reality and are being produced en masse. Two such phones are the Google Pixel 2 XL — a...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-19
Audiophile-friendly output, Lots of storage, Wide-angle camera, The latest LTE bands for your carrier
Models can't be easily moved between carriers, Screen and camera don't quite measure up to Galaxy Note 8, Expensive
The LG V30+ ($912 at Sprint; $929 unlocked) is an even better phone to capture the entire world and listen to large, high-quality music files than the standard LG V30. The V30+ is really just a V30 with 128GB of storage (107 GB available) and a pair of pr...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-15
Superb design, Good battery life, Great audio performance, Wide-angle camera is fun to use
Sub-par selfie camera, Display is not the best in business, Photos by Raj Rout
Now, when I'd used the phone at IFA, I was rather impressed. It was launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note8 ( review ) then, and my first impressions of the V30+ were better. Does the LG V30+ continue to keep its charm intact? Or, is it a little too l...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-25
Bright and coloraccurate display, Better fit in the hand, Superior cameras take great photos and videos, Loud and clear stereo speakers, Larger screen without a notch on it, Wideangle cameras can be useful, Fast charging out of the box, Cheaper, easier to...
Exciting, appealing, futuristic – these are just some of the words we'd use to describe Apple's iPhone X. But so are “expensive” and “imperfect”, as those who have read our iPhone X review should know. Long story short, the iPhone X is a phone worth being...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-24
Mobile video shooting, wide angle photography
Well-balanced exposures, even in tricky light situations, Good sharpness across the frame, Efficient stabilization and smooth panning in video mode, Secondary wide angle lens offers framing flexibility, Comprehensive manual control with shutter speeds up...
The LG V30 is the Korean manufacturer's latest flagship smartphone and offers a dual-camera setup that combines a main camera with a 71-degree angle of view with a secondary 120-degree super-wide angle lens. On the main camera, a Sony IMX 351 1/3.1" senso...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-21
Beautiful design with an expansive, smallbezel display. Packed with features including Gigabit LTE, highquality DAC, water resistance, microSD expansion and headphone jack. Excellent rear cameras
LG's pOLED display technology needs work. Unimpressive, clunky and bloated software
LG's smartphone division is in an interesting position right now. They are continuing to produce decent handsets with innovative additions each year, yet the company can't get much traction in the market in the face of strong competition from other brands...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-14
The V30 is easily the most elegant and refined smartphone to ever come out of LG. IP68 ruggedization, beautiful curved glass, and a polished aluminum frame with a lowbezel display mean this phone looks like the real deal in 2017, 64GB of storage, microSD...
Yeah, it's not good. Dingy whites, uneven tone, banding across the panel, and Pixel 2 XLlike blue shifts put this screen at the bottom of the premium phone pile, LG's distinctly intense image processing looks nice on the V30's screen. It looks way too agg...
For years, LG's smartphones have always seemed to trail Samsung's in some crucial ways. Being direct rivals hailing from the same country, this must rub LG the wrong way. Samsung's OLED displays have always bested LG's IPS LCDs. Its cameras have generally...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-14
The LG V30 almost has it all: a great camera, speedy processor, huge OLED screen, excellent battery life, waterproofing, wireless charging, microSD storage and the best headphone jack on a phone
Ergonomic quirks can make the V30 awkward to hold. You may miss some shots due to slow camera autofocus. Carrier-specific versions come with annoying bloatware and logos
I just want a phone that does everything. Is that too much to ask?I want a sleek, durable handset that's practically all screen. A device with gobs of performance, loooong battery life, an amazing camera and a headphone jack. How about water resistance, w...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-12
Build quality was always an issue when it came to LG handsets. Even with its top-tier offerings, there were still complaints from critics and consumers - all of that changed at the top of this year. The firm made its first move to change its smartphones w...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-09
Thin bezels, Wireless charging, microSD card slot, Extra 1yr warranty through Verizon
Some people may complain about the slight blue tint on the display when not viewed straight on
When I made the decision to go back to an Android smartphone after a brief vacation to Apple land this summer, my choices for a new phone were between the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy Note8, Pixel 2 XL, and the LG V30. I ruled out the Samsung devic...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-08
The camera is very good, but can't compete with the absolute top smartphones. Glass design will require a case, and the rear coating picks up gunk. $800+ is a lot to pay for a phone
You may not realize it, but 1 out of every 10 people you pass by on the street today probably have a smartphone made by LG. Unlike Samsung and Apple, LG is no master at marketing. For one, I've never heard a good reason why LG named its phone the V30. I...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-07
With the iPhone, you generally know what to expect — Apple's going to make one little tweak to annoy you, but most everything else about the phone is going to be great. Over on the Android side, it's not so simple! With these phones increasingly looking s...
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