LG V30 could be unveiled at IFA in Berlin

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A recent report mainly focusing on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 also revealed the LG V30 might be unveiled sometime in October. That said, LG might be looking to make a streamline product announcement at the global events. It will probably officially launch in the country a month later, while worldwide availability coming in October. Pre-orders will be through three South Korean carriers and will be a first for the V series.

Keep in mind the LG V20 arrived at IFA 2016, and LG is due for its yearly refresh cycle. Now, in addition to that, the LG V30 will sport an OLED panel, at least according to the source, and that OLED panel will be supplied by LG Display it seems.

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As Google already confirmed at Google I/O in May this year, the upcoming LG flagship smartphone will be daydream-ready when it comes out later this year, which means it can take advantage of the top-end mobile VR experience.

"LG Electronics also changed V30's design". According to sources, the LG V30 will get its first reveal at the global trade fair held annually in Berlin, the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA). The device will reportedly also have a Snapdragon 835 processor, an embedded 3200mAh battery, a Quad DAC, IP68 water and dust resistance, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.