Wednesday , October 24 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » LG launches Raspberry Rose LG V30 ahead of CES

LG has announced just prior to CES that a new colour for its flagship, the LG V30, a beautiful colour of Raspberry Rose.

The new colour comes at a time when LG normally make pre-CES announcements that have typically been high on technology and low on frills, but today the company has decided to go the other way with this announcement.

Described as a “romance-inspiring” Raspberry Rose, to me at least is a very deep pink shade, joins the already announced four other V30 colour options on offer from LG and will be available to buy with plenty of time ahead of this year’s Valentine’s Day.

In case you may have forgotten what the V30 is packing spec wise, here is a little refresh:

Key Specifications:LG V30
Release date
Screen size6.0 inch
Screen technologyOLED FullVision
Resolution2,880 x 1,440
PPI538
Rear camera16MP+13MP Wide Angled
Front camera5MP Wide Angled
ChipsetSnapdragon 835
Core config
RAM4GB
Storage64GB/128GB
MicroSDYes, up to 2TB
Battery3,300 mAh
Battery removable
ConnectorUSB-C
Headphone PortYes
Headphone Location
Speaker Configuration
Android OSAndroid 7.1.2
Vendor skin
Dimensions151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm
Weight158g
Colours Aurora Black / Cloud Silver / Moroccan Blue / Lavender Violet

The company has stated that the new colour will be available in Korea soon after CES with key markets in Europe and Asia to follow, meaning sadly the USA, Canada and other markets will most probably miss out.

Alex Dennis   Journalist

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