We are looking at a Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm, and in order to maintain their edge as a flagship device, we are quite sure that LG will maintain the dual camera setup at the back. This time around, the company may unveil the V30 in August and launch the handset during the same month, according to The Investor.
Furthermore, LG may also bump up the release date of its G7 handset to sometime in January.
News coming out of Korea suggests that LG is preparing to turn up the heat on its rival by launching its next generation devices earlier in the year than the phones they replace.
Within a few months of the release of the LG G6, the talks regarding the next generation flagship in the G lineup have emerged.
While the LG G6 did beat the Samsung Galaxy S8 to market, the G6 didn't really have much time to itself before the S8 was announced and then launched. The V20 and V10 were both announced in September, but it's said that the V30 might make its debut in August with a Snapdragon 836 processor. If true, this would be completely be out of sync with LG's usual product reveal during the Mobile World Congress. The G7 is going to be moved up three months with a launch apparently set for January. It is simply a good idea which first kicked off with the modular LG G5 in 2016, and continued in the 2017 flagship LG G6.
LG has struggled in the last couple of years bringing their handsets to market at nearly the same time as Samsung.