In a first, LG Electronics will launch one of its high-end devices at an event other than MWC. The lucky device, LG V30, which is the successor of LG V20 (2016) and LG V10 (2015) will debut in Berlin, Germany at IFA 2017 in September.
According to one of the previous leaks, the LG V30 will have 6GB RAM, but considering that the device will come in three storage variants, LG might release 4GB variant as well.
Like all the LG V series models, LG V 30 will also feature a second screen on the front. On the back, there will be dual cameras. Inside, Snapdragon 835 processor will power the device, but since Snapdragon 836 will launch next month, we might see Snapdragon 836 on it.
It will be equipped with the V-Series-specific acoustic DNA but with an upgraded performance and will be powered by 3200mAh battery.
About the price, the 64GB variant will cost around 8,00,000 won ($703).