With less than 10 days to go for the official release of LG V30, a new leak has confirmed the existence of a premium variant of the device which had been in the knowhow for quite some time. So, there indeed is going to be a LG V30 Plus, says reliable tipster Evan Blass. Only that it will be called LG V30+, similar to LG G6+, and not V30 Plus.
Blass has shared an image of what appears to be the official logo of the LG V30+ which is expected to carry 128GB storage as against the 64GB ROM on LG V30. LG released G6+ after the launch of LG G6. Thus, we are expecting that on August 31st, it will only be LG V30 that we will get to see while the premium V30+ will be released later.
Nothing more is known about LG V30+, but based on the G6+ configurations, we can make an educated guess that even this time the higher model will come with more RAM, storage, and new color options. With regards to its release, it should debut in South Korea first followed by its entry into other markets.
LG V30 will feature 6-inches P-OLED display, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB or 6GB RAM, dual rear cameras and LG’s UX 6.0 software. The base model will carry a price tag of $700 while the V30+ will set you back by $875.