LG will soon launch a new smartphone series called W, starting with India. We already know some details about this upcoming phone, and now we are getting a live image which confirms its design.
This photo only shows us the rear side of the phone, which is home to a triple camera setup placed in a vertical orientation in the top-left corner. To its right is the fingerprint scanner, and further down below is the LG branding.
The back of the smartphone has a textured finish with a gradient design. The image reveals the power button and volume rocker on the right side of the phone, with a USB port placed at the bottom. It appears to be a microUSB port, but that could also be because of the angle at which the photo was captured.
The photo we are looking at is in line with the image shared by the company on Amazon.in, which confirms that the smartphone will arrive in three colors and have a waterdrop notch display on the front.Image shared on Amazon India
Furthermore, the smartphone will pack a 4,000 mAh battery and is expected to be powered by a Helio P60 or Snapdragon 439 SoC. It will be sold at a "Pocket-Worthy Price Tag".
More details about this smartphone should follow soon.
P60 at 12 to 13 k INR is fine. It should have that audio capabilities that LG G/V series is having, then it will be the stand out feature for some buyers. Competitive main camera and 1 wide angle is welcome as well. Users will expect atleast a Full H...
India is more accessible to make phones for Africa or South America they need new factories to keep the prices as low as in India so it makes sense.
After buying such phones LG will troll you