LG is going to show the “first of a suite of AI technologies” on its next V30 smartphone. The company is expected to announce the new version of the LG V30 at Mobile World Congress this year. According to reports, this one will be called the LG V30s and it will have an AI-powered camera fitted inside.
The company has named this system Vision AI, which is capable of image analysis and shooting mode recommendations.
The company has named this system Vision AI, which is capable of image analysis and shooting mode recommendations. The AI will apparently be capable of object recognition as well, and will make suggestions for shopping items. LG is even trying to leverage the AI to improve low light shooting capabilities of its device.
It’s unclear whether this is an extension of the LG ThinQ initiative that was seen at CES last month. However, it’s possible that the company will make it so. The ThinQ was meant for LG’s fridges and possibly other IoT devices.
The LG V30s is expected to be unveiled with a top end chipset and 18:9 display. It should have at least 4GB of RAM and a 3000 mAh battery inside.