LG has just introduced a new entry-level smartphone, called Q31. It is driven by the Helio P22 with 3GB of RAM and the company has provided 32GB of internal storage with optional expansion via the microSD slot.
The smartphone has a 13MP f/1.8 main cam, coupled with a 5MP f/2.2 ultrawide-angle shooter with 120-degree FoV. On the front, hidden behind a waterdrop notch, is sitting another 5MP f/2.2 camera.
The LG Q31 is an extremely small and light smartphone at just 145 grams and standing at 147.9 x 71 x 8.7mm. This means there’s isn’t much of a battery - the power cell’s capacity is 3,000 mAh and it can be charged through a micro USB port.
The phone, offered only in Silver, is priced KRW209,000, which is slightly under $180. LG will start selling the Q31 in South Korea starting on September 25.
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For $180, people can actually get a rather decent smartphone from Samsung, Xiaomi or Realme lol.
People that don't want a plank in their pockets, people that don't play games on their phones, adult grown up people probably...
145 gm and 5.7 display...thank god it is not a brick like other today's twin brothers and sisters(same blue, white and green). 3GB is decent for normal use. I will have this till 5G arrives. No need to invest in costly phone at this time.