A new report out of ETNews (via 9to5Google) claims LG may be gearing up to introduce not one, but two V30 smartphones. The first will obviously arrive with the currently speculated specifications that are a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, an upgraded quad DAC, 64GB of storage, and wireless charging. We already know the handset will come with a 6-inch FullVision OLED display and an f/1.6 rear camera. But according to today’s news, the so-called V30 Plus could up the ante a bit.
Specifically, the V30 Plus is said to include double the storage (128GB, if you do the math), an even better audio system, and wireless charging. The standard V30 will likely sport wireless charging as well, so the Plus model may make it faster if I had to take a guess. As for the audio system, those who purchase the upgraded variant may get an even better DAC or improved speakers over the standard model, but this remains unclear as well. And obviously, the storage situation is pretty clear, but nonetheless, 128GB of space can get you pretty far in terms of how many apps, pictures, videos, and games you can store on your phone without having to worry about running out.
This being said, we’re still not entirely certain on the standard V30’s specs, and since this is the only report so far regarding the supposed V30 Plus, it’s hard to say how legitimate today’s news really is. Of course, since we’re now less than three weeks away from seeing the V30 officially, we should hear more about the handset(s?) soon from various sources.