The latest budget offerings from LG for the Indian market are here. We have the successors to last year’s W10 and W30 with the W11 and W31 as well as the W31+ which is identical specs to the W30 but doubles the onboard storage to 128GB. The three share plenty of hardware similarities like 6.52-inch IPS LCDs, Helio P22 chipsets and 4,000 mAh batteries.
The 6.52-inch LCD on all three phones packs HD+ resolution and waterdrop notch up top for the 8MP selfie cam. The back of the W11 houses a 13MP primary shooter alongside a 2MP depth sensor while the W31 and its plus counterpart also get a 5MP ultrawide module.
There’s a MediaTek Helio P22 at the helm aided by 3/4GB RAM and 32-128GB storage which is expandable via microSD. Android 10 covers the software front. The battery comes in at 4,000 mAh and all three phones come with a headphone jack. The W31 and W31+ also pack a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The LG W11 will retail for INR 9,490 ($128) and comes in a single 3/32GB configuration. The W31 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage goes for INR 10,990 ($148) while the W31+ costs INR 11,990 ($162).
The chipset is literally what determines what a phone is capable of. No matter how well your software is (which isn't the case with LG), if your hardware is mediocre then you'll be left behind. Your comment confuses me tbh because I can...
The LG W-series are really nice and the features are quite promising.
Not as simple as that. They have some excellent chipsets like the dimensity 800U, 820 and 1000. They can hold their own against the best out there including the snapdragon 765g and the snapdragon 855 as tests have shown. The Helio P22 is quite averag...