The V30 Plus will apparently only be launching in South Korea, with the report not indicating if an global launch is even being considered.
The announcement of the smartphone is scheduled for August 31 and will be held in Berlin at the IFA show in 2017, and its sales will start on September 15 in South Korea, and the mobile phone will arrive on September 30.
Rumors are claiming that LG V30 Plus will have some same specifications as LG V30 will have.
Even with all these improvements, the rear camera module of the LG V30 still manages to remain svelte, 30 percent smaller in size compared to the V20. The LG V30 will offer internal storage of 64 GB, while the LG V30 Plus will offer 128 GB. We can make an estimated guess, though: the V30 Plus will likely be the better audio machine, whereas the V30 is quite possibly getting wireless charging. Moreover, both phones will have the same display, processor, RAM, cameras, battery and IP68 rating. We'll just have to wait and find out how this one turns out.
Now, the question is why the price difference between these two models is more than $100.
The information comes from Korean publication etnews, which reports that LG Electronics is planning to shake up its previous trends by introducing both versions of this phone at the same time. As for the pricing, the former will be sold at around $700 (roughly Rs. 45,000), while the Plus variant will carry a price tag of $875 (approximately Rs. 56,000). We don' really think people will shell out so much more just for the extra storage space. That being said, the V30 will also have to go some way in improving on the design, which I felt took a step back previous year with the big and chunky V20.
New rumors about the smartphone LG V30, whose announcement will take place at the end of this month, confirm the assumption that a replacement flagship G6 at the end of this winter.