The company's next premier handset, the LG V30, will be made official on August 31 at IFA in Berlin, but LG's making sure everyone knows its biggest selling point today: the camera. However, LG is doing things differently with the LG V30 Plus.
The LG V30 and the V30 Plus seems to differ in context to the audio system and wireless charging support, similar to what they did with the LG G6 and the G6 Plus.
LG did that with the G6 and is on the way of doing it with the V30 as well - only the North-American version of the G6 got wireless charging, whereas only the Asian variation of the G6 got Hi-Fi audio on board, which quite possibly irritated a ton of potential adopters.
The V30 Plus is expected to have 128GB of storage on deck, whereas the regular V30 will have "merely" 64GB of the stuff inside. While the LG V30 is pegged to have a price of $700, the LG V30 Plus will cost about $875. Additionally, the two smartphones are said to have more than one difference when it comes to their features. Both devices will have very minimal bezels, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 6 GB of RAM, along with a 3,200 mAh battery. However, there is still no confirmation whether the V30 Plus will be available worldwide or if it is only going to be available in South Korea.
"LG boasts an unrivaled heritage in smartphone photography", LG said.
LG's V30 will be launched as early as later this month, in what is expected to be the company's most advanced smartphone till date.
The LG V30 was previously leaked in promo videos that were uploaded in HitRecord, the collaborative website that was created by prominent LG partner Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
LG's first F1.6 lens is also the largest aperture among existing smartphone cameras, delivering 25 percent more light to the sensor compared to an F1.8 lens.