LG V30 Cameras shine in two key areas: larger field of view and more detailed backgrounds, but the foreground- the key area- belongs to other cameras by far.
Switching gears- flagship designation(especially any model with +, Plus, XL, Max, Pro), TODAY, requires the following minimums: 6¼" display, QHD, 6gb Ram, 128gb storage, Quick Charge 4, NFC, SD slot.
WORLDWIDE that is, not just only Asia or a particular carrier.
That was the bare minimum, then brands that wish to stand out will increase and add other stuff as necessary.
And let me add that LG should NOT do away with removable batteries IF it wishes to keep standing out from the pack.
And now thru the end of 2017 will see more phone releases and announcements of such specs.
Otherwise tech news has acquired some of the same bad symptoms of news in general today:
we're all reading urgent news flashes of the latest brilliant phone to top all other competitors, with "large" 5.2-5.5" display, "generous" 3gb/32gb expandable to xx with SD, the battery is not removable but now has an extra 10 mhz capacity, etc. ..plus extra absurdities like "the camera has 1 more MP than so and so's, and the manufacturer firmware lets you access your apps from the lock screen, tag your pictures with inane gifs, the phones come in choice of hot fuchsia, neon aquamarine, etc.
Products best suited for preteens and Lilliputians, rather than adult entrepeneur types.