A new report out of ETNews claims LG will introduce its V30 smartphone at IFA 2017. This will mark the first time the company has done so with a V-series smartphone as both the V10 and V20 were announced at the beginning of September.
Specifically speaking, LG will unveil the V30 the “day before the opening day of IFA 2017” which is August 31st. The report doesn’t mention anything specific about the design of the V30, but it does mention the fact that it’ll feature an OLED display, a feature that’s been highly rumored for quite some time. The device will also feature minimalist bezels, similar to the G6 that launched earlier this year. The phone may also go up for preorders at least at three “South Korean mobile network providers”, but it’s unclear if it’ll be the same case for us in the States.
While we haven’t heard much about the V30, we do believe it’ll likely feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and other flagship specifications. It’s also worth mentioning that the V30 may even feature Android O as last year, the V20 was the first smartphone to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. We’re not sure if LG and Google have another deal similar to last year’s set up for this year’s V-series smartphone, but we’ll obviously let you know if we gain any insight into this.