LG’s latest flagship smartphone – the highly-rated V30 which is loaded with premium features – has had its priced slashed and will now be priced at under $1000 for a limited time.
Customers who want to purchase the V30 have until January 31 to get it $200 cheaper at $999.
In Tech Guide’s review of the LG V30, published on November 30, the only fault we had with the device was the price.
Here’s what we said:
The LG V30 is a lot of phone and it is priced at $1,199.
And while that’s a lot cheaper than the iPhone X and Samsung’s Galaxy Note8, it’s more expensive than the iPhone 8 and only $30 cheaper than the iPhone 8 Plus.
Companies obviously put a value on their products and don’t want them to be seen as inferior if they are priced lower than their competitors.
In this case, LG would have seen a lot more traction if it was priced at $999.
Just getting in under the $1000 mark would made it even more attractive to customers.
The 6-inch V30 is the first LG smartphone to include an OLED FullVision display and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.
On the camera side, there are 16-mepapixel and 13-megapixel dual lenses and a 5-megapixel front camera.
It also has the first f1.6 aperture camera lens and the first glass Crystal Clear lens.
The LG V30 also has 4GB RAM and 120GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot to expand that memory even further.
The device also has facial recognition and a fingerprint reader on the rear panel.
And with an IP68 rating, it’s water resistant as well.
The LG V30 smartphone will be available at the discounted $999 price at JB Hi-Fi until January 31.