Earlier this month, a report surfaced that said that the LG V30 will come with a V30+ sibling when it gets announced soon. LG has confirmed the V30 will be announced soon, it hasn’t done the same for the V30 Plus, so it’s purely speculation at this point. However, thanks to serial leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks), the rumored handset is starting to look more and more like it’s the real deal.
Today, Blass published a picture of what looks to be the brand name for the upcoming handset, making it officially the LG V30+. Blass adds, “In case there was any doubt…” which there probably isn’t much of anymore.
In case there was any doubt… pic.twitter.com/dXdKUs7uuH
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 22, 2017
The aforementioned report about the LG V30+ offered up a few key details on how LG will differentiate the V30 and V30+. That includes more built-in storage, with the V30+ reportedly offering 128GB while the V30 is said to offer 64GB. There are a few other changes, including rumored inclusion of wireless charging and/or Hi-Fi Audio support, but specifics are light. The LG V30+ will more than likely only bring minor changes when compared to the V30, but for those that want more built-in storage, the V30+ looks like it might be the way to go.
Are you excited to see what the V30 brings to the table?