LG V30+ launched in India, right in time for holidays!
Better late than never
The LG V30 was launched back in August and hit markets in September around the World. It was generally well received as “the phone most people won’t buy”. Subjective thoughts later, the LG V30+ finally landed in India now, a few months later than expected. I think that must be due to the existing stocks of the LG G6…
The LG V30+ goes on sale on Amazon starting 18th December, at a price of INR 44,990. How much phone do you get in that sort of a price tag? A lot!
You get a beautiful 6″ 2880*1440 P-OLED display, with really small bezels all around. It is powered by the Snapdragon 835 paired with 6GB of Ram. There’s 128GB of onboard storage that can be increased via MicroSD. You get the best camera package for creators with ample manual control over the metadata and the best HiFi Quad DAC. the V30+ also boats MilSpec 810G and IP68 certification. It has a tweaked version of Android that has a floating bar and Google Assistant baked in.
All in all, seems like a very compelling price tag, but the competitors like OnePlus 5T and the newly priced Pixel 2, might make the sale tougher.