LG V30 to reportedly launch across the globe on September 28

LG V30 expected to be launched Globally on 28 September with a 6-inch display

The rumor hasn't thrown much light on the battery, but the LG V30 is expected to be one of the most anticipated devices for the company this year, and could even be the biggest challenge to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, set to unveil soon. This is revealed by an internal document, which apart from the global launch notes that the phone will be up for sale September 15 in LG's home market of South Korea. The closest look came earlier today when the user manual leak gave us a clear look at the phone. The new smartphone from LG called the LG V30 which is the successor to the widely acclaimed LG V20 is expected to be announced at its IFA Press Conference in Berlin on August 31.

The decision by LG to launch the LG V30 about two weeks earlier in South Korea is due to the unimpressive sales of its current flagship, the LG G6. However, it seems that the device will ditch this in favour of a near bezel-less display like we have seen in the LG G6 with a similar 18:9 aspect ratio. The LG V30 looks very chan ...

For European LG fans, there is no information yet on when preorders for the LG V30 will launch in the region. However, a source familiar with the matter has stated that the LG V30 will also be released in the #United States. In short, you can expect eye-catching designs from both companies, but LG is ready to step up things as far as the performance is concerned. Like its predecessors, the V30 should have a secondary display section within the main display, which will be used to show notifications without having to turn the main display on. The V20 utilized a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip with 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

The fingerprint scanner and the dual rear camera setup is in the same place. Some hints at Daydream support, while other rumorus suggest the coming of an OLED display for the V30.

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