LG has premiered its new W series of smartphones in India today.
The LG W10 has a 6.19-inch 1512x720px FullVision display with an 8MP selfie camera embedded into its full-sized notch.
It packs a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset with a CPU clocked at 2.0GHz and3GB of RAM. Storage is 32GB, but you can expand it thanks to the microSD card slot.
On the rear the LG W10 has a 13MP main camera and a 5MP fixed-focus secondary camera.
The LG W10 go on sale via Amazon India on July 3 at INR 8,999 (€115). Colors to choose from are Smokey Grey and Tulip Purple.
The LG W30 brings a bigger 6.26-inch 1520x720px FullVision IPS LCD with a 16MP selfie camera inside its waterdrop notch.
It has another MediaTek Helio P22 with a 2GHz CPU and 3GB of RAM. Like the W10, the W30 also has 32GB of built-in storage that's expandable through a microSD card.
The main camera setup of the LG W30 is a triple one - a 12MP Sony IMX486 snapper is paired to a 13MP 100-degree ultrawide angle camera and a 2MP depth sensor.
The LG W30 will command a price of INR 9,999 (€130) and will launch on July 3. It will be available in Thunder Blue and Platinum Grey.
The LG W30 Pro won't make it to market at the same time as the W30 and W10 and LG hasn't disclosed its price either.
Specs-wise the biggest difference in the W30 Pro uses a Qualcomm chipset a Snapdragon 632 with 1.8GHz CPU and 4GB of RAM.
The display on the LG W30 Pro is a 6.22-inch FullVision V with a 16MP selfie camera in the notch.
The triple camera on the LG W30 Pro uses a 13MP main sensor, an 8MP 100-degree ultrawide module and a 5MP depth sensor.
To make these things stand out, LG should have put 5 or 6 gb of ram in them.
There is no Android One brand behind this phone, like the Nokia device, so I think this is not an Android One device, this is only a device that uses Android software with little customization like the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 / M2 series.
Could these phones possibly come to the US?