LG V30 is expected to launch at IFA Berlin

LG V30 to feature 6GB RAM OLED panel and Snapdragon 835 SoC

LG to release LG V30 at IFA 2017 in September

The company will officially announce the device during an event taking place one day before IFA kicks off, on August 31.

A recent report mainly focusing on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 also revealed the LG V30 might be unveiled sometime in October. Afterwards, LG will display the device during IFA event from September 1st to the 6th. Now we just have to wait and see if the V30 gets a global launch this time around.

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The LG V30, if reports are to be believed, will have a significantly feature packed interior.

However, considering this report to be true, LG will be adding the third smartphone in the V series. LG did not conduct any pre-order program for the LG V10 and LG V20. Having said that, the V30 might be the first LG smartphone to sport an OLED panel and bezel-less design. According to sources, the LG V30 will get its first reveal at the worldwide trade fair held annually in Berlin, the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA).

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The LG V30 is one of the flagship devices offered by LG. That's according to ETNews, who adds hat LG will launch the V30 in South Korea in September at a price of 800,000 KRW ($700 USD) for a 64GB model. But, the upside is that the LG V30 is said to come along with a new ESS quad DAC, an OLED display, as well as an IP68 water and dust resistance.

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