Nonetheless, the reason we are talking about LG V30 today is because we already know when it will be available for purchase and the date is September 28.
LG is expected to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone LG V30 at the IFA 2017 press conference in Berlin on 31 August. The site AndroidAuthority has obtained an internal document that confirms what was supposed to.
The document, obtained from an "exclusive source", indicates LG will, following a similar strategy to the one it used during the G6's launch, first release the V30 in its native South Korea on September 15th.
However, US consumers will have to wait for a while until the Korean tech giant begin pre-orders on their new phablet on September 17.
Ahead of the launch, the flagship phone by LG has been subjected to several rumours and leaks.
Onleaks last week posted some images of the V30. The circular fingerprint scanner comes to the nearly middle of the device, which is becoming a signature design pattern for LG flagships these days. Below the two cameras will sit a fingerprint scanner.
In the past, the secondary screen on the LG V10 and LG V20 was present on top of the screen as a small display which allowed the users to quickly make use of various shortcuts and notifications. The leaked render of the phone's lock button at the right panel, while the volume rockers will sit on the left edges. He also said the phone will have a dual rear cam setup. We saw the LG V20 a year ago, but rumors say that the new phone may ditch one of the V series' defining features: the second screen. The official date of Launch of the V30 smartphone by LG is confirmed. Also, we can expect it to rock Qualcomm's latest chip being the Snapdragon 835 as well has Quad DAC support.