One of the major differences between the regular LG V30 and the Signature edition is how much emphasis has been laid on the design aesthetics of the device. LG said it has allocated staff exclusively for the warranty services of the device, and it can also carve the names of users on the device upon request. Features such as the 3,300mAh battery, Snapdragon 835, six-inch screen, dual cameras, and 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC remain.
First, the V30 Signature Edition has 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage rather than 4GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage like the standard variant. Further, the handset runs Android 8.0 Oreo and comes preloaded with LG Pay integration.
Unfortunately, the LG Signature Edition will be a highly limited product, with only 300 being produced.
LG hasn't revealed any details about the processor of the Signature Edition.
The LG Signature Edition, which is really just a tweaked V30, combines what's essentially the best 2017 specs and a couple high-end options not yet common in smartphones. If that wasn't enough of a hurdle, the smartphone will only be available in South Korea and will be priced at two million Won or around $1,820 Dollars.
The smartphone boasts 6 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of internal memory, and comes with Bang & Olufsen wired earphones as well as the company's H5 bluetooth earphones.