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LG’s K10 and K4 smartphones start hitting shelves


LG has officially begun its global rollout of the K10 and K4, two of its K Series of affordable handsets. The former was first announced at CES 2016 a few weeks ago and is already selling in South Korea.

The LG K10 and K4 will hit shelves in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) starting this week. The phones will then move on to Asia, Latin America and the Middle East within the course of the next few weeks. The brand is yet to announce its plans for the other smartphones in the K lineup.

LG is looking to target the mid-range market with the new series. All the devices sport a pebble design with a woven pattern on the rear surface to provide a better grip to users. Taking a closer look at the K10, the model boasts of a 5.3-inch 720p display and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop.

As for its photography skills, the 4G version of the LG handset will house a 13MP rear and 8MP or 5MP front camera, while the 3G version is set to carry a 8MP primary and 8MP or 5MP secondary combination. In a statement, the brand had clarified that the specs of the phone will differ according to the market.

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Like other LG offerings, the K10 too comes with tools such as Getsure Shot. It further packs a 2300mAh battery and will run on either a 1.3GHz quad-core or 1.14GHz octa-core processor. It’s been blessed with up to 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

Moving on to the K4, the smartphone is a 4G-ready device with entry-level specifications. It sports a 4.5-inch FWVGA screen and derives its fuel from a 1940mAh battery. Its daily tasks are conducted by a 1GHz quad-core SoC with the aid of 1GB of RAM. It contains Android 5.1 Lollipop and 8GB of ROM. Photos are taken care of with a 5MP/2MP camera setup.

The price of the LG K10 and K4 will probably be outed closer to its launch in a particular region. We’ll keep you updated as and when more details trickle in.