LG is present in Las Vegas this week, where it intends to make a few unveilings at CES 2016. Already kicking off the party are the LG K10 and K7 models, that are actually inaugurating the K Series for LG.
These are budget phones with a new type of design approach for the South Korean device maker. It’s something calling “glossy pebble” design language and it involves smooth curves and the 2.5D Arc Glass, applied on both models. Destined for youngsters, the products come with Gesture Shot and Gesture Interval Shot, taken from higher end LG smartphones.
LG K10 has quite a few variations, so the LTE model comes with either a 1.2 GHz quad core CPU, a 1.3 GHz quad core chip or an octa core at 1.14 GHz. Then there’s the 3G model that comes with a 1.3 GHz quad core processor. Camera also variates from 8 MP on the 3G unit to 13 MP on the LTE one and the front camera is either an 8 or 5 MP sensor.
RAM is available in 2 GB, 1.5 GB and 1 GB quantities and storage in 8 or 16 GB. Finally, the battery is a 2300 mAh unit and the OS is Android 5.1, while the display is a 5.3 inch HD one. LG K7 has a smaller 5 inch screen, with FWVGA resolution and its CPU is a quad core 1.1 GHz model (LTE) or a quad core 1.3 GHz (3G) model.
There’s a rear 8MP/5MP camera, front 5 MP shooter, 1.5 GB/1 GB RAM, 16 GB/8 GB storage and a 2125 mAh battery. We’ll probably learn the price in a few days.