All three phones are listed with octa-core CPUs clocked at 2.0 GHz, but exact chipsets haven't been named.
Starting with the Q60, it holds a 6.26-inch HD+ (720 x 1520px) notched display, 3GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with microSD card for expanding that.
The camera setup on the back includes a 16MP main shooter, 2MP depth sensor and 5MP ultra-wide angle lens. The notch houses a 13MP unit and the battery is rated at 3,500 mAh.
The second on the list is the LG K50, which comes with the same 6.26-inch panel featuring a camera cutout and HD+ (720 x 1520 px) resolution. Memory configuration this time is 3GB/32GB still with support for microSD.
The K50 misses on the ultra-wide angle lens and settles for a 13MP cam aided by a 2MP depth sensor. The front-facing 13MP shooter and 3,500 mAh battery are identical to what the Q60 has.
The K40, which is the cheapest of the bunch, comes with a smaller 5.7-inch panel with a 720 x 1440 pixel resolution but no notch. Memory configuration is 2GB/32GB. The back holds a single 16MP camera, while the front houses an 8MP sensor with LED flash for better low-light selfies. The battery is also smaller - 3,000 mAh.
All three handsets share some rare features for the asking price - DTS:X 3D Surround Sound with headphones plugged in and comply with the MIL-STD 810G military standard. They also have a dedicated Google Assistant button.
All three phones will be displayed at LG's booth at MWC between Feburary 25 and 28. Pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
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