Just a few more days are now left for the official announcements of the LG V30, and in case you aren’t aware, LG is announcing the V30 on 31st August which means one day before the IFA 2017 kicks off. KG surely has high hopes with its upcoming smartphone as the company has already announced the loss due to less LG G6 sales. Today, Evan Blass aka @evleaks revealed via Twitter that there is also an LG V30+ that is launching along with the normal LG V30. If you recall, LG launched the LG G6+ too that had a bigger RAM and ROM as compared to the G6.
Now, we had the information about this Plus variant from the beginning of August, but today, it has been confirmed. We can surely expect that the LG V30+ will feature larger RAM and ROM as compared to the normal V30. Some other differences that we can expect to see include the audio system and wireless charging.
Talking about the specifications, the normal LG V30 has a 6-inch OLED Fullvision display, a dual rear camera setup with the main sensor having a f/1.6 aperture, Snapdragon 835 processor etc. What are your expectations with the LG V30 and LG V30+? Do let us know via the comments section.