Want to feel extra special with the iPhone X? You might want to hold that thought along with the $1,000 that you’re about to burn for another, err, pricier option.
By the looks of it, the Signature Edition will be a glorified version of the LG V30 flagship that was released in September.
Here’s a rundown of the things we know about LG’s luxury phone:
So what makes LG’s Signature Edition special? While it’s not made from Adamantium alloy or Vibranium, it apparently has a ceramic shell made of Zirconium that sounds just as cool. LG also guarantees that this premium quality build makes the phone permanently scratch-proof which means you won’t need a bulky case to cover up its sleek design.
The Signature Edition features a 6-inch OLED display with 6GB RAM and internal memory of 256GB (expandable up to 2TB). These are all powered by Android Oreo that runs on a massive 3300mAh battery. It’s also equipped with a main dual camera system (15MP and 13MP) boasting aperture levels of f/1.6 for more gorgeous snaps.
For the hefty price, you’ll definitely be getting more than the standard service provided to regular customers. LG plans to go all-out by giving Signature Edition buyers special access to dedicated customer support. Aside from this, they can add a personal touch to their smartphone by availing of LG’s laser engraving offer.
If you’re lucky enough to have the means to buy this phone you’ll still probably have a difficult time getting it since LG will only make 300 units. According to LG Electronics Korea Sales President Choi Sang-
Price and availability
The LG Signature Edition will be exclusively released in the Korean market by the end of December at a price point of 2 million South Korean won or roughly P92,500.
Check out this detailed review of the LG V30 to get a rough idea of what features to expect with the Signature Edition:
This story originally appeared on Fhm.com.ph.
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