The European markets experienced the only limited release of the LG V10. Its successor wasn’t even released there. These happened unlike the G-series smartphones of LG. Well, the South Korean conglomerate is reportedly to launch LG V30 in the European markets this year.
LG has always been struggling to produce an attractive phablet packing enough unique features, unlike its rivals Samsung. However, released in 2015, V10 showcased a durable design and packed a fascinating secondary ticker with amazing sound quality. This release was seemingly a pivotal moment for LG as it finally brought a worthy Galaxy Note competitor in the field of Android. This further made the Europeans agitated for the limited release in most of their countries.
V10 yet managed to grab holds of certain European markets, like Italy and the Czech Republic. The successor in V20 wasn’t released on the continent at all because of the low demand for big-screen phones. In fact, the company was undecided regarding the release in the continent for quite a while.
This might lead to the question of whether LG V30 will suffer the same fate. The best part is that it has already been confirmed that V30 is ready to release this August in Berlin. A tweet of Fayaab Sheikh echoes the same – as it says that the South Korean electronics company is confirmed to bring V30 to Europe within 2017.
LG V30 is most likely to be released at the IFA Berlin 2017, so the LG fans will have to wait until the beginning of September. We are still waiting for the official confirmation right from LG, along with information on which countries are to enjoy the release. Let us know if you are a European and are eager to buy the LG V30, given that it has become available in your country.