The new LG V30 incorporates a wireless charging chip that is compatible with the extended Power Profile (Qi EPP) standard, which reduces charging time by 30%.
The new LG V30 delivers high-quality hardware, including the FullView screen, the dual rear camera and the Quad DAC Hi-Fi. However, the smartphone hides another interesting and useful feature, which is uncommonly advertised during the presentation event, that is wireless charging . Thanks to the chip designed by Integrated Device Technology (IDT), the recharge time is lower than the average. The V30 has a 6-inch OLED displaywith Quad HD + (2880 × 1440 pixels) resolution and aspect ratio of 18: 9. The hardware includes an octa core Snapdragon processor 835, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, dual camera from 16:13 megapixel, 5 megapixel front camera and a 3,300 mAh battery that provides up to four hours in conversation. If you make the most of your multimedia features, you need to load your smartphone twice a day. Fortunately, the V30 supports traditional charging (via USB Type-C) with Quick Charge 3.0 technology (50% in 30 minutes) and ultra fast wireless charging.
Within the phablet there is an IDT chip that is compatible with the WPC (Wireless Power Consortium) standard Qi . In addition to the common 5 watt transmitters, 8 watt transmitters can be used . The chip supports the Extended Power Profile (EPP) mode, which reduces charging time by up to 30% , while still respecting the safety parameters. The V30 is the world’s first smartphone with this technology. There are currently no compatible transmitters, but they will soon be on the market.