LG Reveals a Punch Hole Selfie Camera on Three Entry-Level K-Series Devicesby Alessia Martine office.com/setup
Yes, LG has brought punch-hole selfie cameras to its new entry-level device of the K-series. Even though LG doesn’t produce as many units as Huawei and Samsung, it has come up with some interesting features in its Velvet series. The three entry-level devices that LG has come up with are value-oriented devices that are aimed at lower price brackets. They might not be quite luxurious in their names, but just because they aren’t expensive doesn’t mean that they are not worth checking.
All three new handsets are a part of the K series lineup of LG. These devices are budget-friendly options for those who want great performing devices with premium features at a lower cost. They are very similar to the K series handsets, which LG released at the start of 2020, which had larger display, side-mounted fingerprint readers, and centered hole-punch selfie cameras. The three models K42, K52, and K62 come with a 6.6″ HD+ display, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, alongside a quad-camera setup.
LG K52 & LG K62: Specifications & Other Details
The K52 and K62 come with resembling features. Both of them offer 4GB of RAM and a bit more powerful octa-core chipset compared to LG’s previous models.
Both the K52 and K62 models have a front camera of 13 megapixels and 28 megapixels, respectively. However, they both have similar rear camera specifications. Both of them have a primary lens of 48MP, a wide-angle lens of 5MP, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Both the devices come with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and weigh over 186 grams. The K52 and K62 devices run on the Android 10 operating system. They are available in blue and white colors common in both and an added red color option specifically for K52.
LG K42: Specifications & Other Details
The K42 might not have features like the devices mentioned above, but it is still an option strong enough for the right users. The LG K42 has a similar screen size of 6.6 inches, a 4,000mAh battery, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor like K52 and K62. But it does have a bit downgraded amount of RAM, camera compilations, and storage. But it still has an excellent USB-C connectivity port like K52 and K62.
Even though all the three devices might not be revolutionary game-changers like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold2 or Microsoft Surface Duo, yet they are no doubt solid-looking budget-friendly handsets that would be powerful enough options for an average smartphone user. All three above-mentioned handset models will go on sale from next month in Europe, followed by Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
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