According to reports of a South Korean publication, LG V30 will be launched in August and LG G7 to debut in 2018 January. Today, a leakster on Weibo revealed that the LG V30 is going to be launched before Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
LG V30 is to take the markets earlier in August and before Note 8, as the latter is speculated to launch in the same month. LG V10 was revealed in October 2015, and LG V20 appeared in October 2016. V20 was the first non-Google device to have Android Nougat pre-installed. We are unsure whether V30 will have Android O in August.
LG G6 packs Snapdragon 821 with LCD panel, 5.7-inch Full Vision LCD screen with 18:5 aspect ratio, and provides a 1440 x 2880p display. Now, speculations indicate that the LG V30 will have a Full Vision OLED screen. Previously, it was rumored that the secondary ticker screen will be set at the top bezel screen area.
Another significant point brought on light by the leakster is that LG V30 will carry a Snapdragon 835 chipset along with 6GB RAM. In order to establish the standard of the device against the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that is to come with dual rear cameras, LG V30 will have dual cameras at the front and the rear, as per the rumored reports.
By the end of March this year, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were introduced with full-screen design. For competing with the endeavor in the markets, LG G6 was brought on earlier in the MWC 2017.
While Galaxy Note 8 is to launch in August, the next gen iPhones will full screen design are to launch in September. Accordingly, rather releasing the V series in October, LG V30 is intended to release in August for grabbing the market before the flagship phones.