LG has announced three new smartphones that will be making their way into the market – LG K61, LG K51S and LG K41S.
As usual, there are some similarities between the LG trio phones. They feature a 6.5 inches display, 4,000 mAh battery, USB-C Ports, four cameras and fingerprint reader. The smartphones are being powered by an unspecified octa-core processor, which we assume to be MediaTek. Durability is not a question here, as they have the MIL-STD 810G military-grade certification.
The LG K61
The LG phone can be regarded as the premium one among the trio. Its 6.5-inch display features an FHD+ resolution and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The four rear camera lineup is a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 5MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro camera. For selfies, the LG K61 packs a 16MP snapper. There are two memory configuration options to pick from; 4GB RAM with 64GB ROM and 4GB RAM with 128GB ROM.
The LG K41S
The LG K41S is the youngest of the trio. The display of the LG K41S features an HD+ resolution with 20:9 aspect ratio. Its quad rear camera consists of a 13MP main lens, 5MP ultrawide lens and 2MP of both macro and depth lens. The selfie camera features an 8MP shooter. The 3GB/32GB is the only memory configuration available for this device.
The LG K51S
The LG K51S features the same display specs as the K41S. Its camera module packs a 32MP main camera, 5MP ultrawide camera, two 2MP macro and depth cameras. The front camera packs a 13MP lens. The memory size we have here is 3GB RAM with 64GB storage.
These three LG phones will be available in America from the second quarter of 2020. After which it will drop in specific markets in both Europe and Asia. LG is yet to announce their starting prices.