The LG V30 is still fresh on European shelves but it's already seeing its first discount - in this case a 12% drop in price at CarphoneWarehouse in the UK.
Originally a £795 prospect in both Silver and Blue, the 64GB LG V30 is now down to £700. Other retailers in the UK offer the V30 as well, but their price is harder to swallow.
The V30 is in stock and available for next day delivery and there doesn't appear to be a timer on the new price.
Mind you, at £700 the LG V30 is still rather expensive but so are its competitors such as the Pixel 2 XL, Galaxy S8+ or iPhone 8 Plus.
CarephoneWarehouse has an ongoing sale with discounts on other phones and gadgets, too. At first glance, a few notable highlights include the Moto X4 (reduced to £250), and the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL (£100 off each), but you can always dig deeper.
It won't come back, just accept it and move on. And by the time the V30 drops to £300 there will probably be better midrange phones available. It's not worth waiting that long
I am disappointed they removed the removable battery. I have the G4 that yes sadly experienced the bootloop issue. However, LG were great and replaced it and gave me another 2 years warranty on the new device. I have held onto the G4 for 3 years in ...
I'd still buy it over a S8+, Pixel XL or Mate 10