Here’s how to pre-order the new LG V30 nice and early

If your patience for the impending release of the all-new LG V30 is wearing a little thin, we have some news that will cheer you up. You can now sneak in line to be one of the first to snap up LG’s new smartphone.

That’s right – while the exact release date of the LG V30 is still unknown, some online retailers are already opening up registration pages to give eager shoppers the opportunity to get first dibs.

We strongly recommend heading to Mobiles.co.uk to get your name on the list. You’ll get a heads up the moment pre-orders open for the LG V30, meaning you can be among the first to pick up LG’s next luxury flagship when it finally hits the shops some time in September.

So what’s all the fuss about? Well, the LG V30 marks the debut of LG’s ‘V’ series in the UK, so it’s an exciting time to join the LG family – if you haven’t already.

It’s a bezel-free device with a strong focus on audio and videography, and based on its performance in our hands-on with the LG V30, we think it takes on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with its winning features, stunning Android OS and gorgeous design.

How much will deals cost?

LG hasn’t released any pricing for the V30, but a well-specced flagship like this one won’t come cheap. The LG G6 is priced at £649.99, so we’d be inclined to guess the V30 will be in the region of £700.

To be more specific about specs, the V30 brings a 6-inch OLED display to the table, featuring a ‘Full Vision’ HDR 10 panel, making it appear much more colourful than the G6.

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The LG V30 comes with a pair of B&O earbuds in the box

The latest Snapdragon 835 SoC lies under the hood, along with 4GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB internal storage. It runs fast, and its a dream to hold thanks to its seamlessly smooth de-bezelled look.

As for those supreme audio-visual skills, you’re working with a clever dual-camera setup at the rear – the largest of which is 16 megapixels with OIS and a wide f/1.6 aperture that should improve your low-light photography.

Unlike Apple, LG is giving the humble headphone jack another chance, and is even including a lovely pair of B&O earbuds in certain markets. There’s also a quad-DAC inside the phone that does wonders for sound quality.

When LG finally makes the V30 available to the masses, we’ll be the first to bring you the best deals on the handset. But until then, signing up for pre-order priority at Mobiles.co.uk is the best way to stay ahead of the game.

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