LG reportedly working on V30 Plus smartphone

Isaac Cain
August 12, 2017

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.

Now, we have come across some interesting information.

LG V30 Camera phone has announced its release date on August 31 via a fun video featuring actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt's company, HITRECORD. As it usually is, the Plus model will be a higher-end phone. The gadget freaks around the world are anticipating for the unique LG V30 camera phone to soon hit the market and they can test the handset themselves.

The report also suggests that the device may never be launched outside South Korea.

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The V30 Plus is expected to have 128GB of storage on deck, whereas the regular V30 will have "merely" 64GB of the stuff inside. And the V30 Plus may be getting a few other features, too, that might not be making it to the V30 proper, including Hi-Fi audio and wireless charging. Unfortunately, the report is not quite clear on what it implies by the audio system. Beside the wider aperture, the internal construction of LG's new camera will include a glass lens, which is said to deliver sharper, more faithful images, The Verge says. Well, we are just doing guesswork here.

Now, the question is why the price difference between these two models is more than $100.

In addition, previous rumors of 6GB of RAM, 16MP and 13MP dual-camera setup, and LG Pay support have been affirmed as well. That being said, the V30 will also have to go some way in improving on the design, which I felt took a step back a year ago with the big and chunky V20. Paired with LG's specialized UX featuring laser detection AF, optical image stabilization and electronic image stabilization, shutterbugs will find the V30 as easy and convenient to use as its predecessor.

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