LG introduced its V20 successor at IFA, 2017 (Berlin) last week. The device is less of a follow-up, and more of a revamp in the V-series of smartphones, noted Digital Trends. It features minimal bezels, a floating bar, dual rear cameras and impeccable hardware. The company only unveiled its flagship handset at the event but did not reveal details regarding its pricing or availability. They have now accidentally posted the estimated price of each unit as $749.99 on Twitter. The upcoming phone is said to be the rival of samsung galaxy S8. It will be interesting to see the fight of top-end smartphones in the market.

Availability of the price of the phone

According to a report by Gadgets 360, the company will bring its LG V30 units to South Korea first. The official home-market roll out is expected to take place on September 21. This will probably be followed up by a global roll-out in the weeks after September 21. Just ahead of this, LG was running a contest on Twitter that provided its followers a chance to win their flagship. Interested participants were required to read the terms and conditions of the contest before entering it.

In the listing, the company mentioned the price of V30 as being $749.99. This information is especially believable as the company themselves have referred to the amount on one of their official documents.

While $749.99 is the US price, the rate will obviously differ in other markets such as Europe, UK, and India. With this, LG has managed to beat Samsung at offering a cheaper flagship with high-end specs. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is currently available in the US at a price of $930.

Pre-orders for the smartphone haven’t officially begun, but an unofficial retailer based in Romania has started taking orders for it.

He is charging roughly RON 3,990.90 for each unit. The company also published a video on YouTube, which provides an in-depth preview of all the favorite features of the device.

Features and specs of the phone

According to Phone Arena, the video titled, “LG V30: UX Video,” talks about the “Always-On Display” feature, its P-OLED screen, and its camera specifications, to be specific.

Special emphasis has been applied to the company’s support for “Graphy.” LG introduced this platform with the objective to provide users the option of accessing “Manual mode,” in the device’s camera app. The handset’s camera app can automatically generate video slideshows from the pictures that individuals select.