South Korean electronics giant, LG has launched a phone called the K30 in the US. As per reports, this could be the X4+ which debuted in South Korea earlier this January. In US, the K30 is available for $225 or about Rs 15,000. It comes with a contract-free price of $225 (approximately Rs. 15,000) or at $9 (around Rs. 600) per month with a 24-month contract
The LG K30 comes with Android 7.1 Nougat operating system and has the LG UX 6.0+ customised user interface. The phone offers a 5.3 inch touchscreen that has 1280×720 pixels (HD) resolution. It is an IPS display
When it comes to specs, the LG K30 is packing a 5.3-inch 1280×720 display, 13MP rear camera with LED flash, and a 5MP front-facing camera. There’s a quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor inside the K30 as well as 2GB of RAM and a 2880mAh battery. LG’s K30 comes with 32GB of built-in storage, 23.65GB of which is available to the user, as well as a microSD card slot if you need more storage. Other features of the LG K30 include a rear fingerprint reader, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Android 7.1.
As I mentioned before, the LG K30 includes support for T-Mobile’s 600MHz/band 71 LTE coverage, which we’ve seen T-Mobile using to upgrade many of its cell sites with lately. The K30’s full LTE support includes bands 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, 66, and 71. Also included is support for HD Voice and VoLTE
LG currently offers a series of K-series phones including the recently launch K10 that has a price tag of Rs 15,000. The K10 has almost the same specs as the K30 but has a smaller 2800 mAh battery.