Australian consumers have not yet been able to acquire LG’s latest flagship smartphone, the V30, however a recent announcement has revealed the V30+ will roll out to Australia in early November.
The V30+ is largely identical to the V30, however, boasts as suite of added benefits such as: 128GB of onboard storage (instead of 64GB) and an included set of LG QuadPlay earbuds.
The included earbuds are reported to maximise the quad DAC inside the smartphone.
The V30+ features B&O Play certified premium audio.
Other specs for the device includes:
- 6 inch “Full Vision” 18:9 2k display
- IP68 certified
- Dolby Vision compliant
- Snapdragon 835
- 4GB RAM
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Fast charging (QC 3.0), with wireless charging and a 3300mAh battery
- Android 7.1.2
- dual rear camera, inclusive of widescreen capabilities
Australian consumers can purchase the LG V30+ in early November for RRP$1199 from JB Hi-Fi.