LG V30 is speculated to be made public before the IFA 2017 in Berlin, but the exact date is unknown. Now, according to a report published on CNET, the next smartphone offered will be released on August 31.
LG has already begun sending invitations to register dates for an event in Berlin, the report added. IFA this year will take place from September 1 to September 6 and it seems that LG V30 will be released a day before the event.
LG V30 is the company’s second flagship in 2017, as LG LG announced G6 earlier this year. The high-end smartphone success has been replicated in a set of images by OnLeaks and MySmartPrice.
These were based on the CAD factory. The rendered images reveal that LG V30 will be similar to G6 in design and has the same glass. What is interesting is that LG eliminates the secondary display on the V30, but the smartphone can be equipped with a screen near Fullvision Bezel – less that dominates the front.
LG V30 must be equipped with two rear cameras, although the details of the sensors are unknown at the moment. LG could use a dual 13 megapixel camera installation with a wide angle.
The fingerprint scanner will also be present on the back cover. The bottom of the cottage V30 USB Type C to charge and only one speaker, while a 3.5 mm headphone jack should be present on the top of the phone. LG V30 supports wireless charging.
LG V30 is likely to compete with the popular V-series 8. Samsung Galaxy and the LG S8 Apple iPhone, include the original V10 and V20 last year. Perhaps the most notable feature of the two smartphones is their secondary display – the similar little ticker screen that displays notifications and other alerts. However, it is unlikely that V30 contains a secondary display.
As for the price, the V30 is related to the cost of 800,000 won (or about Rs 46,000) in South Korea. Reports suggest that LG V30 will be the company’s first smartphone with an OLED display. LG V30 must be powered by the Snapdragon 836 processor.