New LG V30 teaser videos highlights the phone's audio system

The smartphone will be launched on August 31.

    As the LG V30 launch is drawing closer, more information about the smartphone is popping up. Other than the leaks and rumors, LG itself keeps dropping hints about its upcoming flagship.

    New LG V30 teaser videos highlights the phone's audio system

    A couple of days ago, the first LG V30 teaser video was released. Yet again, the company has released a teaser video. Just like the previous one, this brief video doesn't reveal the phone itself, or any part of it. It only shows a montage of different people enjoying music. The teaser video is meant to highlight the audio system of the LG V30.

    The name of the video is "The next V: Immersive sound". Well, previous rumors had suggested that the smartphone will arrive with a kind of Bang & Olufsen audio system. While no official confirmation has been made on this matter, the video gives us hope.

    If you are not aware, Bang & Olufsen is a Danish manufacturer of high-end audio products. The company has already made a collaboration with LG. Last year's LG V3 was shipped with B&O headphones in the box.

    We assume, LG will release a couple of more teasers before unveiling the V30 on August 31. It is the second flagship of this year from the company. Probably, the smartphone would be properly showcased at the IFA Berlin 2017, which is to start from September 1. It is speculated, a Plus variant of the smartphone will be launched alongside.

    Both LG V30 and LG V30 Plus are said to go on sale from September 15 onwards. As for the pricing, the former will be sold at around $700 (roughly Rs. 45,000). However, we must remind you this information comes from an unverified source.

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