LG V30 Signature Edition will make you forget all about premium phones and it comes running Android Oreo

LG V30 Signature Edition is a more premium and most definitely an expensive version of the V30 and V30+. While you still get the Snapdragon 835, you also get 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM, and for an Android smartphone, it is always good to have more RAM on a handset.

LG V30 Signature Edition will make you forget all about premium phones and it comes running Android Oreo

This means that the latest smartphone from LG has as much RAM as the Galaxy Note 8, although it still comes short when compared to the OnePlus 5T. LG also went the whole nine yards in the storage capacity and decided to outfit 256GB of internal space for the LG V30 Signature Edition. Now, if you still want more storage for your device, you will be very happy to hear that the smartphone will get a microSD card slot that can accommodate a 2TB card.

So what is the main difference that you’re going to see from the LG V30 Signature Edition? Just like the Xiaomi Mi MIX, this phone has a ceramic back, which makes it near impervious to scratches from everyday household items such as knives. While Gorilla Glass is also capable of holding off on scratches, the ceramic material just takes it to the next playing field.

You still get the same battery capacity and IP68 water-resistance and the amazing camera that reviewers praised it for, but with better materials. Before we forget, the smartphone will be exclusive to South Korean customers, but you can still order one through a friend or through online markets.

You’ll have to be careful about dropping it though. Ceramic might be able to hold off from scratches but it sure as heck cannot hold its integrity when you’re talking about a drop.

The LG V30 Signature Edition will also come running the latest version of Google’s Android OS, which is Android Oreo 8.0.

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