Ahead of IFA 2017, LG officially unveiled its next-generation V smartphone. The premium LG V30 comes with impressive design and specifications, but all of that comes at cost. The company only said that the device will have an “approximate retail value” of $749, which could end up at around $800 in the North America.
As for European customers, the price tag is even higher due to tax. According to Romanian website Quickmobile, the LG V30 is priced at LEI 3,999.90 (around €870). Switzerland’s digitec.ch will sell the phone for CHF 900, while Media Markt had listed the phablet for €900.