LG V30 to be unveiled on August 31
The eagerly awaited LG V30 smartphone will launch on 31st of August during IFA in Berlin, the South Korean electronics giant announced on Monday.
LG Electronics sent out its official media invitation for the unveiling of the new flagship days after it sending its IFA press event invite. Last month, several individuals assumed that the LG V30 would be unveiled during the IFA event, but the company didn’t officially confirm that until yesterday.
The LG V30 will feature a 6-inch OLED Full Vision display, which will be bigger than that of the V20. It claims to be a multimedia machine.
Some reports suggest that the new phone’s camera will sport an f/1.6 aperture, and the device will come equipped with brand new Cine Video as well as Live Zoom effects, in addition to the LG-Log and Graphy features.
The IFA event is scheduled to kick off at 9AM (local time) on 31st of this month in Berlin. The unveiling event will last more than one and half hours and will include production details and demos.
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