LG’s new LG V30 flagship is expected to be launched on the 31st of August, at the IFA press conference, which will be held in Berlin. After this event takes place, the phone is expected to go on sale around the world, and also in Europe, for the first time in the history of LG’s V series. Now you would be wondering when actually it will be made available, and exactly when you will be able to buy it?
A source has recently released an internal document, which clearly show’s LG’s plans for its latest flagship phone. This is codenamed JOAN. The V30 will be announced on the 31st of August following the event which will take place in Berlin, and will go on sale on the 15th of September, in LG’s home market of South Korea.
Following this, it is expected that the company will launch US pre-orders of the V30 on the 17th of September, before the phone actually goes on sale in the US, on the 28th of September. Concerning Europe, this document does not specifically reveal any date as to when the phone will actually arrive in the continent, but the document does indeed state that the phone will go on sale globally on the 28th of September, meaning that the Europeans won’t have to wait very long to get their hands on the phone.
The LG V30 is a phone that has been greatly anticipated over the course of the year and could give the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 a run for its money. According to the latest leaks, it is suggested that the phone will be the first LG smartphone to come with a 6-inch edge-to-edge OLED display with super thin bezels, and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU. The configurations as of yet are unclear, however, the phone might as well come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, like most of the flagship smartphones, and may even feature 6 gigs of RAM, like the OnePlus 5.
Like the LG G6, it is also expected to come with a dual camera array, 3300mAh battery, wireless charging, and military standard protection. Like the LG V10 and LG V20 before it, the V30 is expected to be a camera and multimedia powerhouse.