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.
This marks the first time LG has used its Signature brand for a smartphone. Ouchies! Don't worry, though, because LG says they will even engrave the device for you, so there's that. Only 300 units of the ceramic LG V30 will be sold and although pricing information hasn't been revealed, some reports point to a more premium price than Apple's iPhone X. However, it does have a significantly improved 6GB of RAM paired with 256GB of internal or native storage. The smartphone has a 6-inch OLED FullVision display with QHD+ (1440x2880 pixels) resolution. Perhaps as a bit of a surprise, the smartphone will make its debut with Android 8.0 Oreo, which is now not available as an official release for LG's other handsets. But the V30 Signature Edition is a return to form.
Australia is now home to the world's first blockchain-based stock exchange
The system, which was developed by Digital Asset (DA), will replace the Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS ). The ASX said it would release details on how the system would work and when it might be launched in March next year.
LG Electronics will be releasing a new limited-edition LG Signature Edition smartphone at the end of the month, according to the company on Thursday. It also supports LG Pay and Qi Wireless Charging, ships with Android 8.0, and comes with Bang & Olufsen wired earphones and LG's H5 Bluetooth earphones. But it is yet to see how these complimentary offerings would help to persuade customers opting the over-priced smartphone.