Weekly Poll: Are You Excited For An Upgraded LG V30 At MWC 2018?

Just yesterday it was reportedly confirmed that LG will be showcasing an upgraded V30 device at Mobile World Congress, which takes place towards the end of this month in Barcelona. While this won't be a follow up device in the sense that it won't be the next iteration of the LG V series, it is going to have some different components that might make it a worthwhile consideration for anyone who has been considering the V30. At this point, it doesn't seem like there is a whole lot of detail about what will be new on this upgraded version of the phone, save for the rumor that it is supposed to have some sort of enhanced A.I. functions.

This lack of detail and information is likely to keep things exciting for fans of LG devices, as often times all the leaks about a phone or other mobile devices can take away the mystery leading up to an official announcement, and sometimes the mystery is what allows things to stay interesting.

That said, MWC 2018 is still a good few weeks away and that leaves plenty of time for more information to surface about whatever this upgraded LG V30 will include, whether it's just enhanced A.I. features or a combination of that and some improved hardware, such as more storage and RAM, an upgraded camera, improved audio, and maybe even a more polished design with some fancy and exclusive coloring or materials. Whatever the case may be, LG is going to be unveiling this new, upgraded version of the V30 at the same time that Samsung is going to be unveiling the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, so there are bound to be consumers who may find it less intriguing to see what LG has in store when Samsung's new flagships are going to be making a big splash at the event. Those that are technology enthusiasts, though, may still find that learning all there is to know about this new version of a popular phone is quite an exciting thing indeed. Are you excited to learn about the upgraded LG V30 at the end of this month?


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