While LG V30 isn’t rolled out completely to other countries such as Philippines yet, LG has added another iteration of the said flagship phablet today, but exclusively in its home country, South Korea.
LG has also confirmed that it is only producing 300 units of this limited edition version of its flagship phablet, and that edition wouldn’t come cheap. ZDNet reports that price for the Signature Edition might reach 2 million Korean won (~$1,800 / ~PhP91,8k).
What has changed that makes this signature edition phone expensive?
The V30 Signature Edition comes with zirconium ceramic plate build which replaces the standard V30’s glass body which is available in Black or White finishes. LG claims that it makes the phone even more resistant to scratches and marks. There’s also a chance to get a laser engrave of your name on the phone’s back.
In terms of hardware, LG bumped up the RAM from 4GB to 6GB, and gets 256GB expandable storage as standard. Otherwise, there’s no other major changes in terms of specs. It will also come with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.