The parts supplier will provide its SABRE ES9218P product to help LG provide 32-bit sound. It is believed that this top-of-the-line part has also been used on the V20 and G6.
However, LG is set on improving the experience with a digital filter that affects the impulse response function and should give different depths to certain instruments. It also has partnered with MQA — a music server company that currently serves hi-fi streamer TIDAL — and B&O PLAY for further enhancements. The latter company is throwing in a pair of its earphones for each V30 buyer.
The earpiece of the phone now also serves as a microphone to prop up the HD Audio Recorder feature, too.
The phone is set to debut prior to IFA Berlin this week.
Finally, LG has started placing a new series of videos to promote the V30 with a campaign called “The next V.”
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