LG plans to announce its LG V30 on August 31

LG is set to announce the third-generation LG V, a high-end Android operating system, by the end of August. The South Korean company has sent an invitation card for an event scheduled for 9 am on 31 August 2017 in Berlin, Germany, on the
sidelines of the IFA Consumer Electronics Show.

Although the invitation card, which came in the form of a phone with the words "save history", did not specify what the company intended to advertise, it is more likely that the company will announce its smartphone "at 30" V30.

Considering that LG used to disclose the phones of the series at such time of year, in addition to that the image of the suit included letter V.

The company launched the first V-series phone in 2015, featuring a secondary screen, as well as improvements in camera performance, video quality, sound and other aspects of multimedia creation.

The "30" specification is not yet known, but the leaks speak of a 6.2-inch screen with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, random RAM of 4 or 6 GB, and internal memory of 64 or 128 GB.

The phone is expected to provide a 13 megapixel camera and 8 megapixel front camera with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a 7.1 Noga version of the Android operating system.

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