It’s a matter of few weeks before LG takes the veil off from its brand new device(s) but that hasn’t stopped the rumour mills from churning. According to a report on Android Police, the company might launch the all-new LG V30 Plus along the expected V30 at the pre-IFA 2017 event in Berlin, Germany.
While the LG V30 has already been up for discussion for quite a while now, the LG V30 Plus is expected to come with more features and advantages. As reported by ET News (Korea), the devices will have some differences, like the LG V30 will come with 64GB of internal storage as opposed to LG V30 Plus’ 128GB internal storage. Either of the devices might also be missing the Hi-Fi audio or wireless charging. It’s possible that both devices might have one these features each or just one device might be getting both the features
As speculated, the LG V30 is expected to launch with 6-inch OLED display with a Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM inside. A dual camera setup is also expected with 16MP (standard angle) and 13MP (optical angle) lenses and a 3,200mAh battery. Just a few days ago, LG also confirmed the camera V30 is going to sport. In a blog post, the company confirmed that the V30 will house a F1.6 aperture camera, technically making it the fastest smartphone camera in the market today.