Video: What’s in the LG V30+ box?

Alex Kidman 16 November 2017 NEWS


Here's what you'll get if you buy LG's V30+, available in Australia from today.

LG formally announced the LG V30 back at the IFA trade show in Berlin, but it's taken its time to come to the Australian market.

LG made the call to only offer the LG V30+ in Australia over the regular V30, although the only difference is the doubling of onboard storage to 128GB for the V30+. V30+ buyers also get a slightly better set of included headphones than buyers of the regular V30 headset in the box, and if purchased before 24 December in Australia are also eligible for a bonus set of B&O headphones via redemption.

We've just taken delivery of our review LG V30+, and you can watch us unbox it in the video below. Stay tuned for our full review of the LG V30+.

If you can't wait for the V30+ verdict, bear in mind that it bears more than a passing resemblance to the Google Pixel 2 XL, and that's not coincidental. LG is the manufacturer of this year's larger Pixel phone. We've already reviewed the Google Pixel 2 XL, which you can read here.

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