LG to bring its K7 and K10 smartphones, will be entirely manufactured in India

LG K Series Mobile Phones

New Delhi: Today, i.e. on 15th April, the Seoul’s Yeouido-dong- based LG Electronics Inc., a South Korean multinational electronics company which has now announced the launch of its K7 and K10 smartphone devices at the event in the Delhi. In India, the said samrtphones are set to be brought under the sub- Rs. 15,000 category and as such it would be available at the retail price of Rs. 9,500 and Rs. 13,500 resepctively.

Moreover, the most notable issue behind these devices is that, both of them are coming under the smartphones category which will be entirely manufactured in India. There is planned fully- automated plant which is based at Noida, India where the devices will be manufactured.

The first device- K7 is featuring a big five- inches touchscreen with 854 by 480 pixels (in- cell touch technology). Moreover, it is powered by a Snapdragon chipset and supported by 1.5 GB Random Access Memory- RAM. Moreover, it is also offering a 5 megapixles of front camera for selfies and the rear side camera in the device is of 5 megapixels. Moreover, its in- built storage is of 8 GB. Also, its 2125 mAh battery is supporting the device to offering amazing life. Also, this device is running Android 5.1. and also 4G and VoLTE is also supporting in this device which is also offered in the three colour- Titan, White and Gold colours.

The second device- K10 is also featuring the HD display with 1280 by 720 pixels of 5.3 inches with in- cell touch technology and is also powered by a Snapdragon chipset. Moreover, it is also supporting the 2 GB of the RAM and also it is available in a 16 GB variant. With 2300 mAh battery capacity, the device is offering great power backup and this device is also offered in the White and Gold colours along with Indigo colour in addition.

Moreover, both of these device are 2.5D glass on the front and back will boast of an “intricate woven pattern” for optimal grip, as per the company.

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