LG Class smartphone, which was announced in South Korea last week, will be available on AT&T in the United States. Reliable leakster @evleaks shared the information in a tweet, but there is no information on its availability in the US and the pricing.
The smartphone is powered by a Snapdrgon 410 chipset with 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 CP, features a 5-inch 720p IPS touchscreen with 2.5D curved glass and 2GB RAM. The device come with 16GB inbuilt storage, and can be further expanded via MicroSD, 13MP rear camera, 8Mp front camera and 2,050 mAh battery. Other features include Android 5.1 Lollipop, Bluetooth, NFC and Wifi. The phone will be available in gold, silver and black colors.
The 8MP front camera come with a range of features such as Gesture Interval Shot, allowing you to take a selfie by raising your hand. The power and volume buttons are underneath the camera as seen in LG G4. The smarthphone measures 142 x 71.8 x 7.4 mm, and weighs at 147 grams. The metal-clad device has a non-removable battery, and it remains to be seen if the 2,050 mAh would be sufficient for normal usage.
LG Class is 7.4m thin, features LTE connectivity and comes with a 1W speaker. In South Korea, the smartphone is priced at $339 off contract, but it is likely to be cheaper in the US. Though there is no information on when LG will announce the LG Class in the US, it is speculated that the company will announce them during an October 1 event. The company is expected to launch the smartphone in the US in the coming months. There are also rumors about a new LG V10 smartphone that might be announced at the event.
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