The South Korean tech giant will unveil LG V30, its autumn flagship, in Berlin, just a day ahead of the official debut of IFA 2017 tech expo.
Now, a new LG smartphone was spotted at Geekbench. Registered with the model number LGE LG-H932PR, it could very well be the LG V30. As you know, Geekbench doesn’t offer to many details, but it does confirm the Snapdragon 835 chipset, with octa-core processor, clocked at 1.9 GHz, mentioned in previous rumors.
On the other hand, this model has only 4 GB of RAM, though all previous rumors suggested that LG V30 will get 6 GB of RAM. But, LG, like almost every other smartphone maker, might launch different variants of the LG V30, offering multiple options for RAM and internal storage.
The model tested at Geekbench was running Android 7.1.2, thus this should be the OS delivered on LG V30.
From previous rumors we learn the LG V30 will sport a 6.2-inch OLED display and a dual camera at the back (a 13MP+13MP sensors combo) and it might get robbed of the secondary display that made the LG V series unique on the market.
As we mentioned earlier, LG V30 will be launched just one day ahead IFA 2017, in Berlin.