Most of the LG stories have been utterly focused on the launch of their latest G7 ThinQ phone but the company is bringing another latest smartphone arriving at T-Mobile in the United States. LG K30 smartphone is a midrange device with the budget-friendly feature. This smartphone is an upgraded version of the LG K10 which was launched in the month of February in the current year at Mobile World Congress. The newest phone is being offered by one of the most popular wireless network operator of the United States, T-Mobile.
More facts and details on the availability of LG K30 haven’t been shared yet by the carrier. However, the website of the company has posted the hardware specs for the United States version. LG K30 smartphone has a 5.3-inch HD display, features 32GB of internal storage with microSD card and 2GB of RAM. It also has 1.4Ghz quad-core processor from Qualcomm. It has an average battery of 2880mAh. The phone has 13-megapixel rear camera and 5MP for selfie lovers. It also has a fingerprint sensor.
LG K30 smartphone is powered by Android 7.1 Nougat, though the previous K10 was debuted with Marshmallow in the starting of this year. There is a confusion regarding the charging port of the smartphone as on the official website of T-Mobile it says that it features USB-C and the XDA developers’ words are different, saying it has a Micro-USB port.
It’s a good deal for the people who are looking for a quality Android smartphone. It will cost you $225 or $9 monthly for two years. The remaining of the update K-series smartphones are likely to stay abroad. But for the people looking and grabbing higher-end LD devices then G7 ThinQ would be a good option or they can also opt V30S ThinQ.
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