The rumor comes from trusted industry sources in South Korea
Word from the gossip grapevine is that LG is planning to launch additional handsets in the G6 series, namely the G6 Pro and the G6 Plus. According to Korean publication ETNews, the two new G6 members will be introduced on June 27, a few weeks from now. LG is aiming to provide alternatives to their critically-acclaimed G6, which took the media spotlight back at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, earlier this year.
As for specifications, there’s barely any info on what we can expect from the two new smartphones. Earlier rumor reports peg the LG G6 Plus to come with a large, 128GB internal storage, as well as support for Qi Wireless Charging. The G6 Pro is positioned to be the cheapest among the G6 series, with only 32GB internal storage and no room for Qi charging. The two G6 entrants are still expected to ship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 and the same 5.7-inch Full Vision display. RAM might be variable between the two new G6 units, though.
On the subject of the LG V30, a speculated September release window is being rumored for the flagship tier phone. The V30 will be packing a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 835, featuring at most 6GB RAM, and a secondary display similar to its V20 predecessor.