LG has already released a slew of new products for CES 2018, such as the worlds first 88-inch 8K OLED display, alongside some smart speakers with Google Assistant built-in, and even new 4K and 5K monitors. However, LG isn’t stopping there with the announcement of a new color variant of their popular flagship smartphone, the V30. The color is called “raspberry red,” which features a muted red-pink color cast that is much darker than the “pink rose” color option that is found on the Galaxy S8.
That being said, there are no other differences between the new color option and the rest that are already available. So that means you’re still getting the same 18:9 Quad-HD OLED display, dual-camera system, 3300mAh battery, MIL-STD 810G standard, and much more.
The raspberry red V30 will first be available in South Korea. It will then launch in key Europe and Asia markets soon afterward. There is no clear comment as to if the new color version will make it to the United States as of now.
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