LG’s premium smartphone, the V30, is inching closer to its release. The company is preparing to launch the LG V30 on August 31st at a pre-IFA event in Berlin, Germany.
LG has already sent out press invites for the launch of its high end smartphone on August 31st in Berlin during a pre-IFA 2017 event. The invitation letter, although does not mention the name LG V30, has enough hints which helps us conclude that it will indeed come up with LG V20’s successor by the end of next month.
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The invitation shows a bezel-less smartphone with the letter ‘V’ prominently and intelligently highlighted on the screen. Further, the display of the phone is seen carrying the caption ‘Save the date’ with August 31st mentioned below. Further below at the bottom end the place of launch, that is Berlin, Germany, is mentioned.
LG has opted for design changes in V30. It has done away with the secondary display and gone for a bezel-less look with 18:9 FullVision display. Reportedly, it will rock Snapdragon 835 processor, which LG failed to include in its flagship phone G6. There will be a 6GB RAM.
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Rumors also point towards LG V30 sporting the company’s own OLED display and wireless charging. The phone also carries the 3.5mm jack.
Source: LG Electronics