The LG V30 is set to get a bigger brother called LG V30+. The new info comes from prominent leakster Evan Blass who posted a logo of the new phone. It isn’t a very surprising development though, as LG earlier decided to follow up the current LG G6 with slight upgrades. However, don’t expect much changes in the hardware.
In case there was any doubt… pic.twitter.com/dXdKUs7uuH
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 22, 2017
Further more, an earlier leak from Korean news outlet ETNews also pointed to the same possibility. The Korean outlet suggested that the “V30+” will have 128 GB of storage. Another major difference might be wireless charging. Blass also said that the LG V30 will feature a Hi-Fi DAC eradicating the possibility of it being exclusive to the V30+. The LG G6 did have a Hi-Fi DAC, if only for the US version. However, this is not certain. We might still see changes.
The LG V30 will not only boast of a better FullVision display it will be a slightly ever so curved on the edges. From what we’ve seen it looks a stunner. LG has also expressed via a press release that the device will have a best in class f/1.6 aperture. Other components include a 6.0 inch OLED Full HD+ display, Snapdragon 835, 4 GB/6GB RAM. In case you want to read more on the LG V30, we have it all here.
The LG V30 will be officially unveiled on August 31. Let us know your thoughts on the LG V30. Will it be a big competitor to the Galaxy Note 8? Would you choose it over other the Galaxy Note 8 or not?