As we all know, LG V30 is the flagship device from LG. Now the company will launch a new version of the same LG V30 with Artificial Intelligence capabilities at the Mobile World Conference 2018.
So this all-new version from LG is named as LG V30+α, which will be officially launched on 26th February. If you are confused on how to pronounce the name, this is how you do it, LG V30 plus Alpha.
We can already see that LG has integrated with Google Assistant so now it will also support the Korean language in the home country. “We need a strategy to maintain the existing platforms longer. The G6 and V30 smartphones are really well-made,” CEO Jo Seong-jin said at the Consumer Electronics Show last week.
Getting a bit more technical, this all-new device comes with a 6-inch P-OLED display, 128GB internal storage, and also 4GB of RAM. This device runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset so we can expect the device to be pretty fast.
To all the selfie freaks out there, you get a 5MP front camera, and a 16MP dual rear camera and also 13MP wide angle lens. Out of the box, you can expect the device to run on Android Oreo, that too with Optimus UI on top of it.
Even though you are a heavy user, the device can easily last one whole single day, thanks to the 3,300 mAh battery. Talking about the LG G7, it might take a couple of months to launch as the CEO as personally ordered revisions on the G7 right from the scratch and is set be released under a new name.