LG to Introduce the V30 Smartphone at IFA 2017

LG is working on a new premium smartphone, the V30, which it plans to release during IFA event in September.

The report from ETNews, says that LG will launch the V30 on the press day that precedes the opening of IFA, the European consumer electronics show held every September in Berlin.

Interestingly, the report also states that LG will put the device up for pre-order in South Korea after the launch. This would be the first time that the company unveils a flagship at IFA. For now, the source has the price of the V30 pegged at around $699.

Notably, LG’s V20 smartphone was the first to run on Android 7.0 Nougat past year. Much like what LG did with the LG G6 smartphone, the tech giant’s decision to launch a non-removable battery seems to be the desire of LG to give the upcoming mobile device a bezel-less design.

Korean smartphone LG V30, as previously reported, will be released in August this year, and today this information was confirmed by insiders to LG.

The pre-orders will be available at three mobile carriers in the country, and it’s unknown whether pre-orders will open up in the U.S. or elsewhere.

Anyhow, by considering this report right, LG will be adding the third smartphone in the V series.

While it’s keeping the dual front displays, the overall look of the V30 is said to be a radical departure from the LG V10 and V20.

The render also reveals that the speaker grill, USB type-C port and the 3.5mm headphone jack have all retained the same position just like in the LG V20.

LG V30 is said to come and powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 CPU to be backed up with a 6GB of RAM.

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