Details about the LG V30 have been pouring in recently, and it looks like it’s not going to stop until it’s officially announced later this month. A new report now claims the upcoming device will arrive in two variants: the regular V30 and the V30 Plus.

Information on the LG V30 Plus was first reported by the South Korean website ETNews. The site claims the LG V30 Plus will be announced alongside the regular LG V30 on Aug. 31 and it will feature more storage.

The site claims the V30 Plus will release with 128GB of storage, while the regular V30 will have 64GB. Additionally, the LG V30 Plus will also come with a different audio system and wireless charging capabilities. Previous leaks indicated the LG V30 will launch with quad DAC audio and wireless charging.

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It’s unclear what the report meant by different “audio system” and “wireless charging,” but it’s possible the V30 Plus will simply have faster wireless charging and front-facing speakers, as speculated by 9To5Google. LG is expected to once again collaborate with Bang & Olufsen to work on the V30’s audio capabilities, so perhaps the V30 Plus might be the variant to come with B&O speakers.

As for internal specs, the LG V30 and V30 Plus are expected to arrive with the same internal components. The latest round of rumors insist the upcoming phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor with 6GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh battery. Both variants of the LG V30 are also expected to be IP68 water and dust resistant and will have the same set cameras.

LG V30 Alegged render of the LG V30.

LG officially revealed Thursday that the LG V30 will be equipped with an f/1.6 aperture lens for its camera. It would seem a bit of a letdown if only the V30 Plus will have this lens on its camera, but hopefully that won't be the case. LG's Korean website also confirmed the V30 would come with 16-megapixel and 13-megapixel sensors for its set of dual cameras.

ETNews also shared information on the pricing of both variants of the LG V30. The site claims that the regular LG V30 will cost 800,000 Korean won (around US$700), while the V30 Plus will sell for 1 million Korean won (around US$875).

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The V30 Plus will primarily be aimed for the South Korean market, as pointed out by Phone Arena. It wasn’t made clear whether it will be exclusive to the country or if it will reach international markets like the United States.

Lastly, the report also gave out a Sept. 15 release date for both the V30 and V30 Plus in South Korea. The release date is believed to be the same with the Galaxy Note 8, but Samsung hasn’t confirmed that information just yet.

This is the first time that an LG V30 Plus model has ever been rumored, so this piece of news will likely raise some eyebrows. It’s best to take this with a healthy dose of skepticism.