Several months after releasing the G6 (to generally positive reviews), LG is now getting ready to launch its second high-end smartphone of 2017: the LG V30.
According to an invitation revealed today by Evan Blass (known on Twitter and among tech enthusiasts as @evleaks), the LG V30 will be officially announced on August 31 in Berlin – almost certainly during a pre-IFA 2017 event. This is in line with a previous rumor, and means that the V30 will arrive almost one year after its predecessor, the V20 (announced on September 6, 2016).
The invitation to LG’s upcoming event – seen on the left – doesn’t reveal much, but it shows a V, and the silhouette of the new smartphone. The name V30 isn’t mentioned anywhere, but we’ll be shocked if LG doesn’t use this moniker.
Unlike the V20 and V10, the LG V30 likely doesn’t feature a secondary display. Instead, as seen in these renders, the handset supposedly sports a single large (around 6 inches), near-bezel-less display à la LG G6. Interestingly, this could be an OLED screen. The new smartphone should also offer a dual rear camera, a fingerprint scanner on the back, a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headset jack.
We’ll be here to bring you more details about the LG V30 as soon as we have them.
source: Evan Blass (Twitter)
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