In any case, while these are exciting times in the technology especially in the smartphone domain, the LG V30 is yet another most anticipated devices of 2017.
While the Note 8 is widely expected to have its unveiling on August 23 during the Korean tech conglomerate's Unpacked event in NY, an internal document cited by Android Authority has disclosed that the LG V30 will be taking the spotlight for the first time on August 31 at IFA 2017, which will be held in Berlin.
According to Android Authority, a source has revealed to do it that an internal document that contains plans for LG's plans for its upcoming flagship phone that carries a codenamed of JOAN. Fresh information suggests that the LG V30 would available in the U.S.by September 15. The V30 will be announced on August 31 in Berlin, before going on sale on September 15 in LG's home market of South Korea.
However, US consumers will have to wait for a while until the Korean tech giant begin pre-orders on their new phablet on September 17. Most likely, the new smartphone will be released in many other regions, including Europe, by the end of the month. Speculations hint that the LG V30 may cost around $700 in the U.S. For Samsung, this is the Note range, for Huawei, it's their Mate line, and for LG, it's becoming the V range. Hence, the Galaxy Note 8 is pegged to receive overwhelming response. Instead, the smartphone is expected to get a 6-inch, edge-to-edge OLED display. It is expected to feature 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.
As with the company's previous generation smartphones, LG V30 is expected to get dual rear cameras, glass back, rear-fingerprint scanner, and a built-in headphone DAC. It will pack a 3,300 mAh battery and will be powered by Snapdragon 835 processor.