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At CES 2018, LG showed off its top-tier V30 phone in a new vibrant shade. First announced on Jan. 3 and officially called "Raspberry Rose," the new color is a deep mixture that falls between fuchsia and magenta.
It will be available first in Korea after CES wraps up, followed by other countries in Europe and Asia.
The pink shade marks the newest color variation of the premium phone, which is also available in black, silver, blue and purple (though availability varies by market).
The phone itself, however, remains the same as it was when it launched the fall of 2017.
Though the G6 is considered to be LG's flagship, the V30 is currently the company's highest-end phone.
It features a sharp 6-inch display, wireless charging and a fast Snapdragon 835 chipset.
It also is waterproof and has two rear-cameras, one of which is a 13-megapixel wide-angle camera.
The phone features USB Type-C for charging and file transferring and a 3.5mm headphone jack for audio.
Another look at V30 in pink.
LG also showed off its super-premium LG V30 "Signature Edition." Available only in South Korea, it has 6GB of RAM and a ceramic body. It costs about $1,800 (or £1,370 and AU$2,356 converted).
For more information, check out CNET's full LG V30 review and our entire coverage of CES 2018.
If you're looking for an expensive Valentine's Day present, well, this could be it.
LG's V30's pretty pink back is stunning.
Apart from the color, the V30 Raspberry Rose edition shares similar hardware to last year's V30.
The LG V30 Raspberry Rose version should be available at a store near you pretty soon.