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LG has confirmed that its IFA 2017 press event will see the release of the V30, but we might see a surprise appearance by an upgraded version called the LG V30+.
According to Evan Blass, there will be an LG V30+ alongside the new phone, but it won't simply feature a larger screen and battery like the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. In a recent tweet, Blass only posted a logo for the V30+, but there has been rumors earlier stating that this version would have the same screen size but with better specs.
It is said to come with extra storage, upgraded audio as well as wireless charging. In that case we can expect the LG V30+ to cost more overall, but will largely be a very similar handset boasting a rumored 6-inch QHD+ OLED display, dual-sensor camera and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset.
In terms of price, it might cost around $875 as compared to the LG V30, which is said to be around $700. This is a major price hike for extra storage and better audio, so we can expect more upgrades to make it worthwhile.
LG is hosting an event at IFA 2017 this year where we know for certain we'll see the launch of the V30, so it's just a week until we find out everything about both the new phones.