LG announces classy V30 Signature Edition in Korea

Doris Richards
December 7, 2017

What differentiates the Signature Edition from a maxed-out LG V30 is the colors - either white or black and the back - a zirconium ceramic that's harder to scratch.

LG announced the device this morning, which is based on the LG V30 flagship device and will be sold locally in South Korea for 2 million won, according to The Verge.

We know there are people willing to shell out a high amount for any gadget but we're not sure why this is priced at around $1,800 which is two million won.

LG's new "Signature" phone (via ZDNet) is a part of the company's super high-end line up of product which, has included TVs, washers, and more. Interestingly, LG will be selecting few lucky owners to have their names engraved on the back plate. When it comes to specs, the phone equipped with a 6-inch OLED display, 256B storage, 6GB RAM, 3300mAh battery, dual camera setup, and Qi wireless charging.

Running on Android's latest operating system, Oreo, the device also supports LG Pay, a payment platform developed by LG that can be used on traditional credit card machines as well. LG is also packing premium B&O headphones in the box.

The "Signature" phone is basically an LG V30, but it definitely has some notable upgrades.

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