Off late we are seeing quite a lot of rumoors and leaks around the next LG device the LG V30. The South korean Smartphone manufacturer did release its first flagship the LG G6 a copuple of months back however the focus now is on the LG V30.
The previous two editions of the LG V series started a new trend the secondary display. While both the devices came with top notch hardware specifications, the secondary display was the highlight in both. Although both the devices had some drawbacks or flaws but were promising enough to keep us hooked for the next version.
LG V30 release date
As per the latest reports, LG V30 is going to be launched around end of August 2017, prior to the opening of IFA 2017 in Berlin.
During the recently concluded Google I/O 2017, Google confirmed that LG’s second flagship will be released before the end of the year, would be Daydream VR compatible. Samsung is also going to announce the next flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8 around the same time, hence V30 could be launched closer to the Note series smartphone.
LG V30 Specs
Since neither of the current flagships LG G6 or LG G6+ came with a Snapdragon 835 processor, the V30 is most likely to house either an 835 or newer Snapdragon 836 processor. It may include a 3200 mAH battery, IP68 water-resistance, a new ESS Quad DAC with a 3.5mm jack.LG V30 is touted to come with 32, 64, and 128 GB storage variants. The smartphone will also have wireless charging capabilities will be housed in a glass and metal body.
In terms of LG V30 Display, we are more or less certain that it would carry the same design language as the LG G6 i.e. near bezel-less display. The secondary display will be present for sure. Certain leaks have indicated that the V30 will continue to have a dual rear camera.
LG V30 Price
LG V30 is expected to be priced at $699.98 for the 64GB variant. As per the reports, the V30 will be available for pre-order right after the announcement and will be available or sale by the end of September 2017.
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