We already know LG is going to unveil its next-gen flagship, the V30 a day before IFA 2017 kick starts in Berlin. The date for the grand event is scheduled for August 31.
But when will we be able to purchase the phone? According to Android Authority which managed to get a hold of an internal document showcasing LG’s upcoming plans for the premium handset codenamed “Joan”, the phone will go on sale on September 15 in South Korea.
Shortly afterward, pre-orders for the handset will open up in the US on September 17. The gadget will finally hit the shelves on September 28.
Which means that if we’re lucky, we might get to see the LG V30 land in Canada by the end of autumn. It’s just a speculation at this point, as nothing has yet been confirmed, but we’ll keep you posted.
In case you don’t remember, the LG V30 is poised to arrive with a spacious 6-inch OLED display sans a secondary display on top this time around. The phone should arrive with an elongated body and really slim bezels pretty much like the LG G6 before it. It’s probably also going to include a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. An additional version with 6GB of RAM might also be made available.