New Entry-Level Handset from LG Spotted On T-Mobile’s Support Page

Based on the latest reports LG is working on a fresh entry-level handset and soon after LG G7’s declaration, the handset is making its way to T-Mobile in the United States, which implies that the release ought to be close. Nearly three months ago a popular tipster Evan Blass exposed this move and from the features and images surfaced, we manage to recognize that it will feature an extremely cheap price tag. The device has emerged with a complete metal unibody style in a Black shade.It bears extremely dense bezels along with a fingerprint scanner on the backside side which also acts as a power button. Therefore we merely spot volume up and down keys on the edge of the handset. LG K30 also features a 5.3-inch screen with the traditional 16:9 ratio.


Details regarding the resolution are not listed however we assume it is going to be either High definition or perhaps as low as 720p. When it comes to the internal, the device boasts a quad-core chipset functioning at a maximum frequency of 1.4 GHz. The identity of the processor is not stated in the description, still estimating from the clock frequency as well as basing on the newest handsets launched by LG, we ought to be considering Qualcomm Snapdragon 425. The processor is backed by 2 GB of RAM together with 32 GB of inbuilt storage space which can be extended via a memory card up to 2 TB. LG K30 carries merely a 13 MP camera on the back side along with a 5 MP selfie shooter at front. To power the device it is expected to carry a 2880 mAh battery cell which can be recharged via a USB-C port. Based on the detailing, the battery can easily last around 13 hours on just onetime charging. Unfortunately, the device won’t feature Oreo as it is expected to runs on Android Nougat version. The device will also support connectivities like Wi-Fi N, Wi-Fi Calling 2.0, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2 and VoLTE.

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