One of the reasons why the LG V-Series is unlike any device in the market is because the device comes wth a secondary display. The secondary display will allow users to retrieve useful information without waking the device up.
As useful as the feature is, it looks like LG feel like it is not a feature that the users can’t live without. New reports now claim that the secondary display will be removed from the device when LG releases the LG V30.
LG will balance things out by changing their LCD screen to OLED. One of the reasons why the secondary display was so useful was because users did not have to constantly turn on the LCD display and thus saving more battery life but since OLED is more efficient, that should even things out perfectly.
Like the LG G6, the LG V30 should also come with an 18:9 aspect ratio and is expected to be running on the Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.