Being slightly smaller than the Galaxy S8+ or upcoming Note 8 means it could be the flawless middle ground for most users.
There will be an LG V30 Plus, and it will also be shown off at the end of August. Well, that should certainly spice things up in the premium smartphone race, where the Galaxy Note 8 is soon going to be in the spotlight.
The Life's Good crew has already confirmed that the V30, its next flagship smartphone, will debut on August 31 and that it will have an impressive camera, but apparently it might not be the only handset seeing the lime light on that big day.
According to an ET News report, the difference between the LG V30 and the LG V30 Plus is not their physical size but their internal storage. However, this is the first time that LG will launch the base version of a smartphone and its Plus variant at the same time. Tech Radar reported that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and LG V30 Plus will go on sale on three local carriers on September 15, making it hard for customers to narrow down to a single device. However, LG is doing things differently with the LG V30 Plus.
But LG isn't a pro at this game like Samsung. We'll just have to wait and find out how this one turns out. The report further suggests that the devices will differ in terms of inbuilt storage capacity. We know this phone will boast an aperture never before seen in smartphones, but the sum total of its features is still up for speculation. Prices will supposedly start at the $700 price point. While there are many factors worth considering, but the spec-sheet says a lot about the phone and its value for money.
If the rumours are to be believed, the LG V30 will most likely include the Snapdragon 835 processor and will come with IP68 certification for dust and water resistance and ESS Quad DAC support, as well as a headphone jack.