According to Android Authority, they received an internal document from a source that showed LG's plans for its latest V30 phone to have a release date of September 15 in South Korea, which is LG's headquarters. A date that also concerns the United States, with an opening of pre-orders for September 17.
LG V30 has been the subject of a bunch of leaks and rumors in the past weeks. Did you find the secondary display useful or are you glad LG is getting rid of it?
All leaks and disclosed possible features of LG V30 points towards the smartphone is "simply" an improved LG G6. The earlier smartphone was not launched in Europe, which left the LG customers upset. The smartphone will then go on sale on September 15 in LG's home country of South Korea.
For those of you who have been following the LG V-series devices, you may know that the phones always featured a secondary display. The smartphone will sport a FullVision Display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, something similar to LG G6's display. However, a few months ago, Google confirmed that LG's next flagship phone - which is the V30 will come with Daydream support out-of-the-box and an OLED screen.
LG posted a loss of about $117 million for the second quarter, attributing the weak performance to weaker than expected sales for its premium smartphones along with the increase in costs of components. So for V30 we can expect the same display or may be a 6-inch display. Rumours further hint that the phone may come be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor, just like the he Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC U11, Xiaomi Mi 6 and OnePlus 5.