The Signature Edition looks a lot like LG's newest flagship, the V30, and has numerous same specifications, though there are a few upgrades to help justify that near $2000 price.
Along with the use of premium materials, it will arrive with 6GB of RAM on board, along with 256GB of internal storage. LG adds that buyers will be able to get their names engraved on the device. It will run the latest Android 8.0 Oreo system and be fitted with a 6-inch OLED FullVision screen. Perhaps as a bit of a surprise, the smartphone will make its debut with Android 8.0 Oreo, which is now not available as an official release for LG's other handsets.
LG hasn't revealed any details about the processor of the Signature Edition.
LG has a history of launching unique, limited-edition variants of flagship smartphones in its home country of South Korea, and every once in a while, the company ships an outside-the-box design to other regions of the world.
Those lucky enough to grab one of the 300 units that are only being released in Korea have the option of a black or white color scheme. It also comes with two earphones, including a Bluetooth model, made by Bang & Olufsen.