According to a report out of Android Authority, LG will be launching its V30 flagship smartphone on September 28 globally. This means both the U.S. and, for the first time, Europe will likely see the phone at or around this date. It’ll follow an initial unveiling at IFA 2017 on August 31st.
Preorders for the device in the U.S. are expected to start on September 17th. The V30 will land in LG’s homeland, South Korea, two days earlier on September 15th. As for specific details surrounding additional markets, things remain unclear.
That being said, we do have a pretty good idea of what the V30 will offer. It’ll rid itself of the secondary display that made the V10 and V20 stand out and instead opt for a 6-inch bezel-less OLED display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The device will also arrive with dual rear cameras, a Snapdragon 835 processor, possibly 4 or 6GB of RAM, and likely a minimum of 64GB of storage. It’s also said the phone will feature a 3300mAh non-removable battery sealed into a glass body with military-grade drop protection and some type of water resistance. Since we’re just over a month away from seeing the phone officially, expect much more coverage surrounding the device here at Matridox.