Earlier this month, LG sent out invitations for an upcoming event expected to reveal the company’s flagship LG V30 phone on August 31st. It now looks like consumers will be able to get their hands on one soon thereafter: Android Authority reports that it’ll first go on sale in South Korea on September 15th, and in the US on the 28th.
Android Authority says that its reviewed internal documents that lay out the timeline for the phone’s release: it’ll be announced on August 31st at IFA Berlin, before going on sale later in the month, with the company taking preorders on September 17th for US customers. The documents also indicate that the phone will be available in Europe for the first time, although it’s not clear if it’ll do so at the same time as the US.
The phone is expected to come with an OLED screen, and early concepts included a secondary slide-out display, although it’s unclear if that is the final design.