LG Signature Edition introduced, only 300 units will be sold

Joanna Estrada
December 7, 2017

The iPhone X is pricey with a $999 starting price, but LG's new Signature Edition smartphone costs $1,800. LG made the headlines past year when the LG V20 was the first ever smartphone that operates Android Nougat. Features such as the 3,300mAh battery, Snapdragon 835, six-inch screen, dual cameras, and 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC remain.

LG announced the device this morning, which is based on the LG V30 flagship device and will be sold locally in South Korea for 2 million won, according to The Verge.

LG's new "Signature" phone (via ZDNet) is a part of the company's super high-end line up of product which, has included TVs, washers, and more.

Another notable change from the LG V30 is the build. "Signature" ditches the standard glass back for a zirconium ceramic back with essentially the same design. You can have your name or initial engraved at the back for a more personal touch.

One other surprise of the LG V30 Signature Edition is the fact that it runs Android Oreo out of the box.

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.

Those lucky enough to grab one of the 300 units that are only being released in Korea have the option of a black or white color scheme.

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