LG’s V30 and V30+, its current flagship offerings of this year, have finally shared their price tags with the world. And we must admit that they are on the expensive side. We had earlier brought you all the details on how much these two flagship devices could cost. And now it seems that our assumptions have proven to be correct.
According to the latest reports, the new LG V30 will come for KRW 949,300, an amount roughly equivalent to Rs. 53,890. The LG V30+ variant will come for KRW 998,800 or approximately Rs. 56,690. The KRW is the currency unit of South Korea.
Pre-orders for the LG V30 and the V30+ devices will start from today, that is September 14. Remember that we had predicted when the new phones would start shipping. Pre-orders will remain open in South Korea until September 20. The devices will be available for purchase from September 21, a day later.
There are some exciting offers for those who wish to purchase either or both the devices. Anyone who pre-orders the devices will receive the Google Daydream VR headset at a price of KRW 1,000.
As for the features of the two devices, they are splendid. The LG V30 is definitely in the race as far as the year’s best smartphone is concerned. The V30 has a 6-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display with a screen resolution of 1440×2880 pixels. Thanks to the 538ppi or Pixels per inch, the display is bound to be a greatly defined one. Also on board is HDR10 support.
For better protection, the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 has also been provided. At the heart of the device is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which is an octa-core SoC. This will work in tandem with 4GB of LPDDR4x RAM. Lastly, as far as the LG V3e0 storage space is concerned, it comes with 64GB of native storage. This native or inbuilt storage can be expanded to up to 2TB thanks to a microSD card.