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LG V30 to reportedly launch across the globe on September 28

LG V30 to reportedly launch across the globe on September 28

The LG V30, LG's next flagship smartphone after the LG G6 that was launched earlier this year, will be released in the United States on September 28. This is US-only, for now, but rumours suggest this could be a global launch, meaning we could see the phone in Australia around the same time.

The document, obtained from an "exclusive source", indicates LG will, following a similar strategy to the one it used during the G6's launch, first release the V30 in its native South Korea on September 15th.

LG is expected to open pre-orders for the smartphone on 17 September in the US.

Carlo Ancelotti satisfied with Bayern Munich's squad ahead of new season
At Manchester United , his chances would also be limited, with Mourinho having a large number of choices in midfield. At United, Sanches would just be another option.


Come to think of it, this new leak pretty much falls in line with sound logic - LG would want to continue pushing the design it introduced with the G6.

One of the standout features on the LG V10 and the LG V20 was the Second Screen - a unique small display above the regular display that allowed you to quickly access notifications and shortcuts. According to the sources AndroidAuthority, the manufacturer LG plans to introduce to the world the V30 during IFA 2017 in Berlin. As of now, there is no official announcement about the release date of LG V30 in India. Moreover, the smartphone is said to sport a dual camera setup and pack 3300mAh battery. The sale is expected to begin from 28 September in the country. For your reference, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus have a f/1.7 aperture, which is considered to be wide enough for a smartphone camera.

The LG V30 comes out with a 6.0 inched QHD OLED display, and it will support Google Daydream right out of the box. So for V30 we can expect the same display or may be a 6-inch display. Where the former takes advantage of the older - although slightly improved - Snapdragon 821 chipset that appeared in late 2016, the latter has the newer and more powerful Snapdragon 835.


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