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LG's new V30 smartphone might use AI-powered camera

LG's next-gen V30 flagship smartphone could feature an AI-powered camera, reveal at MWC 2018.

Published Sat, Feb 10 2018 7:37 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

LG will be unveiling its next-gen V30 smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2018 in just a few months, with the new V30 rumored to rock a new AI-powered camera.

LG's new V30 smartphone might use AI-powered camera |

The rumors are coming from ETNews that is reporting the AI camera in the new V30 will work with the "LG Lens", similar to how Google Lens works on the Pixel 2, or Samsung and its Bixby Vision on the new Galaxy S8 and Note 8 smartphones. This would allow V30 owners to point their cameras at an object, and receive on-screen context.

Inside, LG's new V30 should rock 256GB of storage, and Engadget are reporting the price will be a huge $1800 for the Signature Edition. Wow.


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