Back in June LG made a huge fuss in India about its brand new W series of smartphones, of which the W30 Pro is the last to launch. Both the W10 and the W30 went on sale in early July, while the W30 Pro is only now making its way to stores.
The LG W30 Pro is priced at INR 14,999, which at the moment translates into roughly $211 or €191. For that amount of cash you get a 6.22-inch 720x1520 19:9 LCD touchscreen, the Snapdragon 632 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, a triple rear camera system (13 MP main, 8 MP ultrawide, 5 MP depth sensor), a 16 MP selfie snapper housed in the screen's waterdrop notch, and a 4,050 mAh battery. It runs Android 9 Pie. A fingerprint sensor is on the rear.
hi why the LG W30 pro in India is cheaper than other countries? the Indian version work in another country?
The news is about India, so it's a given that even I would be referring to the same country. And Chinese phones are way better in India at this price. On paper as well as in real-world usage.