LG V30s ThinQ launches in South Korea Tomorrow, pricing revealed

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LG Electronics’s latest smartphone, LG V30s ThinQ is finally coming to the home country, South Korea. You can order this device right now and will expect it to your doorstep in a few hours as the shipment of this devices will be made immediately by the giant. LG V30s ThinQ is basically an upgraded edition of LG’s flagship phone, LG V30. The phone was originally announced during the Mobile World Congress by the giant in last month. 



If we talk more about the company, LG has completely denied on launching their new flagship phone i.e. LG G7 in the market during the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. LG has further added that they have to redesign the smartphone from the scratch and it will take a few more months to come up with the device. The company has also stated that they will not release their new smartphones on schedules.



Well, if you have been a big fan of LG and looking for a way to purchase the newly upgraded LG V30s ThinQ smartphone, the phone is now available for purchase in South Korea at least.

There are two different variants available for purchase. The first version comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage Memory which is priced at KRW 1,048,300. On the other hand, there is one more Plus version available in the market for purchase. The Plus version of the device comes with 6GB of RAM and 256GB of Internal Storage Memory on board. The Plus version costs you KRW 1,097,800.

Additionally, both the versions come with company’s own AI brand called ThinQ Smarts. The new LG V30s smartphones come with an advanced photography technology using the Artificial Intelligence. You can explore a lot of new functionality with the use of ThinQ smarts on the new LG V30s smartphones. It’s whole different concept introduced by LG for their smartphones.



A couple of days ago, we have seen a few concept renders of the upcoming flagship phone of LG Electronics, LG G7. The renders show off the top notch display just like the iPhone X on it. So yes, there will be a fullview display device in making by the LG Electronics named as LG G7. The company has also launched the entry-level, LG X4 smartphone with LG Pay in the home country, South Korea a few weeks ago.

In a nutshell, LG is somehow trying to stick in the market and they are launching new smartphones with different ranges on a regular basis which is indeed a good thing to keep up in the market. We hope to see the new LG G7 smartphone as early as possible!