LG V30 to cost under Rs. 50,000; hints LG

Although not in a direct manner, this information comes straight from LG.

    LG recently unveiled its flagship V30 at the ongoing IFA. However, the company has not spoken clearly about the smartphone's global availability and price. Interestingly, LG may have already revealed how much the V30 going to cost in the US.

    LG V30 to cost under Rs. 50,000; hints LG

    The South Korean company is running a contest on its USA Mobile's Twitter page for customers. Whoever wins the contest will get three LG V30 units for free. It goes without saying, there are some terms and conditions that are applicable for this contest. One of the legally required terms reveals an approximate retail value of the prizes offered.

    Well, guess what? Each LG V30 unit is said to be worth $749.99, which is approximately Rs. 48,000. Although not in a direct manner, this information comes straight from LG. So it is safe to say that the LG V30 will carry the same price tag, more or less.

    So if our assumptions turn out to be true eventually, the LG flagship will be much cheaper than other flagships. For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which is considered as one of its main competitors, will be sold for $930 (roughly Rs. 60,000) in most regions.

    If you are wondering about the specs, the LG V30 has everything a flagship device should have. It is the first smartphone to feature a crystal clear glass-made lens with the highest f/1.6 aperture. The Hi-Fi DAC audio system is worth noting as well.

    Other than that, the LG V30 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset clubbed with 4GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage capacity.

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