LG V30 Cases

Slim Cover Case for LG V30

This cover is design to be thin enough so much so that it doesn’t add bulk to the device. It has protective quality such as the obligatory but necessary scratch resistance and drop protection. It has also a slip resistant quality that is aimed for better handling of the device.



Clear Case for LG V30

Because first impressions lasts, it seems most flagship devices nowadays are trying to wow consumers by the bezel- or trying to eliminate it as much as possible. On the other hand, having a thick burly case seems defeat this aesthetically pleasing feature. The reason being clear cases are there is to highlight the attractive design language of the phone and the same time protect it just like any case would.



LG V30’s rear design revealed by case maker

News Ι July 2017

Case maker are now now becoming go to source if you want to take a peek at the design language of an unannounced device that is about to hit the market. In fact,  there have been numerous renders lately of upcoming phones that are spot on which are sourced from overeager case manufacturer. This time around it is the turn of the yet to be official LG V30 to get the rear design leak treatment courtesy of Ringke. The company is known for their mobile phone accessory and cases.

The said LG V30 cases are now up for pre-order at  mobilefun UK website, wherein the image of device enclosed in a case shows the backside and leaves nothing to the imagination. There are two types of related cases that are available on that site at the moment— a clear/transparent cover and a dual layer tough case. Both of the accessories are priced at $19.99 each but the the clear case obviously shows off more of the rear portion due to its nature.

The render reveals that the V30 is also going the have a dual camera set-up just like its predecessor. There seems to be minimal protrusion this time around while the flash and laser autofocus are located beside the module. Below the cameras is the fingerprint sensor where it is sensibly placed for ergonomics. At the side, the volume rocker is visible while further down at the bottom of the back side is where you can find the unobtrusive V30 branding.

Based on the early leaks,  the V30 is going to feature a LG’s own ‘FullVision’ display which points to a 18:9 aspect ratio– similar tall display of the G6. The Korean company will utilize OLED display for their panel this time around. The official unveiling of the device is going to be on August 31 at IFA.