LG V30 Price in Singapore & Specifications

The cheapest price of LG V30 in Singapore is SGD155 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
The cheapest price of LG V30 in Singapore is SGD155 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 Singapore is S$ 155.00

The LG V30 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest LG V30 price in Singapore is S$ 155.00 from Shopee. LG V30 price details are updated July 2020.

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Price List by Country for LG V30

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 2.250.000 S$ 217.00
Malaysia MYR 499.00 S$ 162.00
Philippines PHP 10,914.00 S$ 418.00
Singapore SGD 155.00 S$ 155.00
Vietnam VND 2.199.000 S$ 132.00

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LG V30 Specs

Screen Size 6"
Display Resolution 1440 x 2880pixels
Pixel Density 537ppi
Water Resistant Yes
Scratch Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 16 + 13MP
Front Camera Resolution 5MP
Dual camera Yes
Internal Storage 64GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Battery Capacity 3300mAh
Talk Time 16h
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 158g
Body Material Aluminium
Dimensions (W x H x D) 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm
Release Year 2017
Release Month August
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable Yes
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No

LG V30 Specs, Price, and Review in Singapore

LG V30 Singapore – An All-Rounded Flagship Smartphone

LG Singapore has deemed its LG V30 smartphone as a “true flagship device” as it has a flurry of impressive features that befits its flagship status yet marketed at a lower price range. A device consisting of powerful hardware and interactive software, and a strong specs sheet overall, the LG V30 appeals to smartphone users of all ages and backgrounds.

Minimalistic Design and Durable Build

In terms of design, the LG V30 looks exactly like how you expect a flagship smartphone to be. If you were to define the design of the LG V30, one word to describe it would be minimalistic. This is not a bad thing though as this means that its 6-inch OLED display screen is the main centre of attention. The device measures 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm and weighs a mere 158 grams, making it light enough to carry around without difficulty and comfortable to hold in the hand.

Additionally, the LG has made the device to be both water and dustproof with an IP68 resistance. As the smartphone has military-grade durability standards, it should be tough enough to withstand accidental knocks and drops without any leaving any significant marks. It seems that LG Singapore has once again done a great job in the design aspect of the LG V30.

Simple Interface Primed for the Future

The LG V30 has an easy-to-navigate interface that has minimal bloatware and enables you to access the essential apps without much effort. The phone also has its usual batch of pre-installed apps including LG Health, QuickMemo+, and so on. It has a slew of interesting modes and settings at your disposal so that you can personalise the smartphone to your preference. Although the LG V30 runs on the Android 7.0 Nougat, it provides all the best features that come with the operating system. Its OLED display supports the Google Daydream VR ability, a first for LG smartphones. Fast and feature-packed, LG Singapore gets two thumbs up for the phone’s interface.

Made for Media Consumption

This smartphone is designed for users to enjoy their favourite multimedia on the go. The 2K OLED display provides rich and deep contrast levels. The screen is also bright enough to be used both indoors and out, which makes it the ideal on-the-go entertainment device for frequent travellers.

Long-Lasting Battery Life

The LG V30 comes with a 3,300mAh battery that offers a full-day performance on a single charge. you can watch a 90-minute movie in 1080p resolution with only a slight drop in battery life. When it comes time to recharge the device, the phone goes from 0 to 30% in a mere 15 minutes, up to 67% after half an hour, and fully charged in just under two hours.

Reviews of LG V30

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 2017-11-25
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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Reviewed on 2017-11-06
Reason No. 297 why waterproof phones are handy.A few years ago, you'd be hard pressed to find an elegant, premium phone that was also waterproof. Aside from Sony's Xperia phones, most waterproof phones were clunky-looking with mid-tier specs.These days th...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-03
We already said this in our LG V30 review, but this is LG's best phone without question. From the design to the cameras and all the stuff and things they tossed in, this is the most complete phone they have ever built. It even has a damn Quad DAC and hea...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-02
Nice design, Great sound, Top specs
Camera is good but not great, Selfie camera is bad, Could be cheaper
LG is on the right path when it comes to smartphones. After its modular LG G5 tanked, the company's smartphone division appears to have rethought its strategy and started, quite simply, doing things that work.The LG G6, which launched in the spring, was...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-02
Nice design, Great sound, Top specs
Camera is good but not great, Selfie camera is bad, Could be cheaper
LG is on the right path when it comes to smartphones. After its modular LG G5 tanked, the company's smartphone division appears to have rethought its strategy and started, quite simply, doing things that work.The LG G6, which launched in the spring, was...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-01
Compact design, great battery life, and top-of-the-line specs, Camera app brings excellent features and shooting modes, Quad DAC offers superior sound through wired headphones, Wireless charging and IP68 water resistance are a nice addition
Display is inconsistent and duller than other OLEDs, UX 6.0+ skin doesn't improve on the Android experience, Image quality isn't as good as its peers
When I first went hands on with the LG V30, I was sure I had found the phone of my dreams. But that was before the Galaxy Note 8 and Pixel 2 XL had made their debuts, and LG had just fed me a feast of specs: a Snapdragon 835 chip, 1440x2880 18:19 pOLED d...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Beautiful glass/metal design, Display is vibrant and sharp, Wireless Charging, Hi-Fi Quad DAC, IP68/MIL-STD-810G rating, All day battery life, A feature-rich camera experience, MicroSD expansion
Software could still be improved, Front facing camera quality lags behind competitors
The LG V series of smartphones has always been for those who want a phone that is a photo, video, and audio powerhouse. Now in its third iteration, LG aims to achieve that goal once again by refining its recipe even further. With a refreshed design, a bez...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-28
Excellent, water-resistant design, Strong performance, Flexible, powerful video features, It sounds fantastic
Screen appears gritty at low brightness, Low-light camera performance could be better, Middling battery life
The LG V30 caught me by surprise. The G6 was a strong contender when it was released earlier this year, but we've seen so many flashy flagships hit store shelves since then that I almost forgot LG was preparing another phone for the fall. And when the V30...
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