Earlier this month LG announced their latest flagship the LG V30 at the IFA tech show 2017, which is Europe’s biggest tech event. However, LG didn’t quite reveal the pricing and the availability of the device to the consumers, All that was announced were the specifications, features, and the release date of the device at the event. We have come across tons of leaks and rumors about the LG V30, that range from its design and specification, to the features it comes with. Today, we see a new leak about the pricing of the LG V30, and yes, you should be pretty much excited as it is seemingly being priced pretty less compared to the Note 8.
I really hope LG doesn’t host surprise birthday parties at their offices because they might fluff that too. So apparently, LG held a giveaway contest where interested consumers can test their luck to win a brand new LG V30. The company was giving away three units of their latest V series flagship and had a set of specific terms and conditions which mistakenly listed that each prize is worth $749.99 (Rs.48,000). There were rumors that LG’s flagship will be sharing the same price of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which sells at $1000 in the US.
After adding the sales and state taxes the amount will be around $800 (Rs.51,216), which is still lower than what the Note 8 costs. Although, pricing may vary depending upon the region. (LG is yet to make an official announcement)
LG V30 packs in a 6-inch P-OLED screen with a resolution of 1440×2880 pixels. V30 includes Bang and Olufsen audio, voice recognition and much more. The V30 comes with a dual-camera setup with a 16-megapixel sensor and a 3,300mAh battery. The variants available are 4GB RAM and 64 GB storage or 128GB storage.
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