Jul 13, 2017 09:31 AM EDT
LG has sent the press the invites with the tag line of save-the-dates for an announcement event to take place in Berlin on August 31. This is just one day before IFA kicks off. The LG V30 is said to be the star of this show since the invite is a tall 18:9 display with a V-shape design in the background.
The invitation by LG hints that the LG event will take place on August 31st at 9 o'clock in Berlin, Germany. While it doesn't clearly mention that the LG V30 will be announced, however, there does appear to be a large "V" in the background of the invite.
The date in this invite lines up with previous speculations regarding the LG V30's expected release date. Recently, the LG V30 render was leaked based on CAD designs.
The upcoming smartphone from LG is expected to have OLED display. However, there is some bad news that the secondary display would no longer make be there on the LG V series. Wireless charging is also expected to come featured in the LG V30.
Under the hood, GSM Arena has expected a Snapdragon 835 processor and at least 4GB of RAM. The LG V series always have something interesting over the G series, but with the supposed removal of the secondary screen, it is still a mystery on what will be the interesting this in the upcoming LG V30.
LG V30 smartphone will carry some of the improved Quad DAC. The device is also reported to feature dual camera setups at the front and back of the device. The fingerprint in the upcoming device has been tipped to be located at the back, according to NDTV.
The bottom part of the smartphone has been said to come with a speaker grille and a USB Type-C port. The display has been tipped to be around 6-inches. More about the device will be confirmed in a few weeks from now.
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