One of LG's most anticipated mobile devices is the LG V30 Android smartphone, which is expected to roll out next month. The details regarding the handset are scarce. Nonetheless, the appearance of LG V30 on GeekBench reveals the device's specs and features.

Benchmark listings reveal Snapdragon 835 chipset

LG's upcoming Android smartphone was spotted on the benchmarking site with the number LGE LG-H932PR. The device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor. Integrating Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset into the upcoming handset will indicate an upgrade over the LG G6 smartphone. The chipset will be coupled with a 4GB of RAM.

Meanwhile, as reported by GSM Arena, other Chinese tech companies are equipping their flagship mobile devices (OnePlus 5 and Xiaomi Mi 6) with 6GB of RAM.

Phone Arena reported that the LG V30 smartphone will be pre-installed with Android 7.1.2 Nougat operating system. Interestingly, the benchmark listing revealed that the handset scored 1899 on the single-core test, and scored 6350 in the multi-core test.

The mobile device will likely come along with the same glass back of the G6 smartphone. Although the tech company will ditch the secondary display, the handset could be available with an almost bezel-less FullVision display. The LG V30 will boast a dual 13MP camera setup alongside the wide-angle lens. The 3.5mm headphone jack will be located on the top of the device, while the fingerprint scanner feature will be positioned on the handset's back cover.

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The USB Type-C port and a single speaker grill are located on the top. The mobile device will also support wireless charging.

The smartphone will probably include a 3,200mAh battery and it will be available in a metal and glass body. The smartphone will arrive with an IP68 certification for dust and water resistance. As the handset will be using an OLED panel, it will be available with an Always On feature, which resembles LG V10 and LG V20's secondary panel. However, the device is the first LG handset to ship with an OLED display. Smartphone enthusiasts can expect better contrast, brighter and punchier colors compared to the traditional LCD.

Release date of the device

The tech company is expected to roll out the device in Berlin on August 31, a day before the annual IFA event starts. Nevertheless, as the tech giant restricted V20's sales to the U.S., and South Korea, LG might rectify its oversight with the forthcoming smartphone.