The LG V30 is confirmed for an unveiling later this month. LG has already sent out invites to the press which hint that a new smartphone is going to be unveiled on August 31st. The information available so far suggests that it’s going to be the LG V30 and that the new handset will be quite different from its predecessor. It’s also claimed that at its launch, the LG V30 is going to be accompanied by an LG V30 Plus.
The changes that the LG V30 Plus is expected to tout include a greater number of storage and some division of features. For example, the conventional LG V30 is expected to feature 64GB of storage whereas the V30 Plus will reportedly have support for 128GB of storage.
Features like Hi-Fi audio and wireless charging might be split between the two variants. Other than the changes mentioned above, the LG V30 and V30 Plus are said to be the same in every other aspect.
This means that both devices will have the same 6 inch OLED display and same metal body. They will be powered by the Snapdragon 830 processor with 6GB RAM.
It’s unclear if LG is going to release the variant with 128GB of internal storage in a wide range of markets across the globe. The report suggests that there’s a possibility that LG might only sell this variant in South Korea only but there’s hasn’t been a confirmation from the company on any of this as yet.
- 537 PPI
- f/1.6 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Snapdragon 835