As far as the LG V30 Signature edition's specs and features are concerned, it is, like we said, remarkably similar to the standard LG V30 device. The LG Signature Edition sports a Zirconium Ceramic-made shell that is touted to be scratch-proof and comes in Black and White colour options.
One of the major differences between the regular LG V30 and the Signature edition is how much emphasis has been laid on the design aesthetics of the device. LG adds that buyers will be able to get their names engraved on the device. The Signature edition will also ship with Android Oreo right out of the box.
The V30 Signature Edition - the first smartphone in LG's Signature series, which the company normally reserves for high-end appliances and televisions - improves upon the V30 in key ways. There are 6GB RAM and 256GB onboard storage and a dual-camera setup with a wide-angle lens. However, it is likely to be the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC that is powering the LG V30.
LG has announced a special edition variant of its V30 flagship.
The smartphone boasts 6 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of internal memory, and comes with Bang & Olufsen wired earphones as well as the company's H5 bluetooth earphones. But it is yet to see how these complimentary offerings would help to persuade customers opting the over-priced smartphone.