Reports out of AndroidAuthority claim that the device will be launched within the South Korean market on the 15th of September before being rolled out globally on the 28th of September. LG's second flagship device of the year, the phone has been spotted in numerous leaks in the past.
It is well known that LG will release its upcoming flagship LG V30 at the IFA 2017 press conference in Berlin that is scheduled to start on August 31. In many respects, the LG V30 may be the better phone than LG's G6 which was a bit of a retail flop in Australia.
The latest speculation is that the Galaxy Note 8 will be the top seller, but time has to confirm if LG can uncrown Samsung this year. LG V10 and V20 comes with the 5.70-inch display. The smartphone will sport a FullVision Display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, something similar to LG G6's display. The newly introduced LG V30 floating bar is said to perform pretty much the same features. The handset is also rumored to be powered by Qualcomm's latest offering - the Snapdragon 835 processor. The V30 has been subjected to various leaks in the past and it is reported to be the first smartphone from LG to feature an OLED display.
As with the company's previous generation smartphones, LG V30 is expected to get dual rear cameras, glass back, rear-fingerprint scanner, and a built-in headphone DAC. But for RAM it is expected that the phone will come up with 4GB or 6GB RAM and for storage, the phone may come with 64GB or 128GB. Like its predecessors, the V30 should have a secondary display section within the main display, which will be used to show notifications without having to turn the main display on.