LG recently announced its new flagship G7 and is now working on a budget model K30. The smartphone has already gone on testing to the US FCC regulator, which indicates its very soon debut in the US and, probably, in the international market.
About the smartphone LG K30 already know almost everything: in particular, it will definitely have frames around the screen in view of the ratio of the last 16: 9. The screen itself is an IPS panel 5.3 inches diagonally with HD resolution, above which is a 5 megapixel camera. A smartphone is built on a certain Qualcomm processor with four cores, and augmented with 2 GB of operative and 32 GB of internal memory. LG K30 supports LTE networks and VoLTE protocol, has Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi 802.11n modules, has a dual SIM slot and a main camera on 13 megapixels.
All of the above consumes a minimum of energy, and therefore a battery with a capacity of 2880 mAh that’s enough on long time. LG K30 runs on the Android 7.1 Nougat OS along with firmware LG LG UX, and to charge it uses the classic connector microUSB 2.0 instead of the modern USB-C. It is curious that the device supports NFC technology – a system of wireless data transmission of short range and the payment system LG Pay.