AnonD-693316, 24 Nov 2017Hey, the phone may have been "RELEASED" , but its still not in the stores. I live in the US an... morewe have it on sprint telesales though. not sure in the store. I work for sprint by the way
AnonD-715711, 25 Nov 2017yes it's a amazing phone.i also got two year warranty.Same. :)
Cn wait to have this phone. Battery life is great after watching at youtube.....v30 wipeout note8 and others.....but still not available in the country
AnonD-392500, 13 Nov 2017Don't buy LG phones. Bootloop issues are not solved yet.TOTAL BS. The G6 and V20 had no mass bootloop issues.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2017You are talking rubbish! LG V30+ just released in Australia.Hey, the phone may have been "RELEASED" , but its still not in the stores. I live in the US and the only store that just got this phone IN STOCK is Tmobile and thats only the V30, the V30+ cant be found anywhere!
Secondary 'tiny' camera
5 MP, f/2.2, 1/5" sensor size, 1.12 µm pixel size
Is not acceptable for 2017 flagship
Augus, 23 Nov 2017When LG V30 will launch in India..... What will be the price.....
Jan 2018. Samsung S9 goin... moreSame situation here in Indonesia.
Even Note8 has launced a month now, still have no sign of V30
When LG V30 will launch in India..... What will be the price.....
Jan 2018. Samsung S9 going to launch but still LG V30 not available.....
Because of this delay sales, Lg sales is very poor in mobile segment
India has never been a favourate market for LG.They only come to India with their LEFTOVERS
Up for pre order in the Netherlands, finally. 899 euro with 75 euro cashback, so it makes it cost 824 euro.
AnonD-697199, 19 Nov 2017Looks like LG has stopped production even before starting it!!There is definitely a big problem, why V30 is not even heard off comming full fledged. V40 TO TARGET FOR!
AnonD-717182, 20 Nov 2017You are mistaken, i had an lg v10 and no signs of bootloop showed until about month 14. How co... moreI said that bootloop appeared after 1st month of release. I didnt say that it appeared on all devices 1 month old. My G4 bootlooped after about 6 months (some never got bootloop on theirs, some got it after 2 years). And yes, LG fixed bootloop. How do you think someone can regain trust in LG if they dont try it again? Everyone can go around and talk trash, but you need first to try it out again to be certain it doesnt/does occur. I mean, my phone was in warranty and here in my country we have 2 years of warranty on everything, not just electronics. Even though i live in the shittiest country in the world. My phone got its motherboard replaced and i cannot say that its a bad phone, except that bootloop it never slowed nor lagged/bugged, and never got a single problem. LGs optimization is best, even though that G4 has Snap 808. And now after 2 years and 3 months of owning it, i am getting another one (not for myself thou), its 215e new. there is no better mid range phone for that money.
Love, love, LOVE this phone.
Pair this with a quality player like Neutron, enable 64-bit processing, hi-res codec and audiophile resampling in settings, then buy a decent set of headphones and YOU, ARE, GOD!
I smirk everytime I see a Sammy/Apple user listening to headphones in the street. Sheep. ;D
Edit: Sort it out GSM, V30 does 1080p@60fps.
FeederEater, 17 Nov 2017No need for that. After all, bootloop on G4, V10, G5 and V20 appeared after as long as one mon... moreYou are mistaken, i had an lg v10 and no signs of bootloop showed until about month 14. How convenient for them being that they only offer a 1 year warranty. Sellers and die hard lg fans will always support their products. As a former lg fan and owner, from my experience i can never trust lg again. To spend $600+ i spend on my v10 when it first came out and got less than 1.5 years usage. Yes, people can argue all they want that LG fixed it and everything, but in my opinion why gamble spending so much money on a company that has produced crap in recent years. Go to a company that will actually give your money's worth. And finally to those wondering, LG did know about bootloop prior to the release of the later models that had them, so they sold crappy phones to consumers knowing they were using the same hardware causing bootloop. (Robbery if you ask me)