LG is announcing its LG V30 at IFA 2017, but that might not be the only thing the company has in store for us. The LG V30+ branding has been leaked by none other than @evleaks; although he doesn’t have much more than a logo to show thins time.
The LG V30+ is expected to look similar to the LG V30 that we saw earlier. More storage can also be expected if LG sticks to the naming scheme from the LG G6 and G6+. That’s not a given, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out that way. Rumours also indicate that the V30+ will have a better Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC) built-in.
Some of the features should include an 18:9 ratio screen, dual-camera at the rear (16MP/13MP wide angle combo), possible MIL-STD-810G mil-spec rating carried over from the V20, USB Type-C connector, a 3.5mm audio jack and a fingerprint scanner.
As previously reported, LG’s UX 6.0+ will be the skin of choice for the phone, and the Floating Bar will replace the secondary display from the V20. Other goodies include Face Recognition, Voice Recognition and an updated Always-on Display.
We probably won’t be seeing this phone arrive in Malaysia any time soon. LG has proven that this country is not a major market, especially considering we saw the LG V20 enter Malaysia a month ago. However, we will be following the launch event which is slated for 31 August; we will bring more news on the new LG V30 and V30+ once available.