There are good news for those waiting for the LG V30 as a report says the company is getting ready to release not one but two versions of the smartphone. In the last two years, LG has released the V10 and V20 but just one version. Many smartphone makers are now releasing small and bigger versions and it looks like LG is planning to do the same.
The LG G6 is a great phone but rumors say the LG V30 will be the most impressive device yet. The LG V30 had been rumored for quite some time but reports say the company will now offer two versions. According to the reports, the smartphone maker will announce the LG V30 and V30 Plus in Berlin on August 31.
Like many of the Plus editions sold by other companies, the smartphone is said to be just a bigger version with maybe more storage. Rumors say the only big difference between the V30 and V30 Plus will be the 64GB of storage and 128GB of storage, the wireless charging and audio system. ET News claims the Plus edition will come with 128GB of storage.
In the past, rumors have mentioned that the LG V30 will feature an audio system. But it appears that the feature will be only for the Plus edition. The Plus editions by other companies are a little pricier and it appears that LG will do the same. According to recent reports, the regular LG V30 will sell for $700 while the Plus edition will cost around $875.
Here are the specs that have been rumored so far:
– 6-inch display.
– 6GB RAM.
– Snapdragon 835 processor.
– 3,200 mAh battery.
– Dual camera, which has been a big feature since the beginning of the series. The LG V10 featured a dual front facing camera while the V20 featured dual rear cameras.