LG might not have had much success with the LG G6 in India or with any of its recent phones launched in India. However, the company’s recently launched mid-range handset, the LG Q6, has managed to stir quite an interest among consumers in India.
Later this month, LG is going to unveil the V30, the newest smartphone in its lineup. But apparently it won’t be alone.
LG has already sent out press invites for an event it is hosting on August 31, back in July, but back then it was only teasing what it might unveil on that day.
LG has had its V-series of handsets on the market for quite awhile now, with two iterations filling out the back half of 2016 and 2015 with LG-branded high-end smartphones.
Having a pair of rear cameras on your smartphone is all the rage these days, and LG continues that trend with a brand new smartphone.
LG is planning on unveiling its next flagship phone at IFA 2017, right before August bows out for the year.
Rumor has it that the Life’s Good crew plans on launching its next flagship, the V30, at IFA 2017 later this year.
While LG has already launched one flagship this year, it has another high-end lineup of handsets that are waiting for their latest installment to arrive.
LG is happy with its latest flagship smartphone, the G6, and it wants to show customers that it stands by its product by extending its manufacturer’s coverage.
LG today jumped to the mobile payment service bandwagon with LG Pay. For now, the company’s payment service is only available to LG G6 owners in South Korea. The company is rolling out a software update for the handset in the country to enable the functionality.