It has already been confirmed that LG will indeed see the Mobile World Congress 2019 as an opportunity to reveal the company’s upcoming and latest flagship phone – the LG G8 ThinQ. However, it seems that LG has further plans for the market, as the company has revealed further budget phones too, with the upcoming flagship phone, as these devices make an appearance just days before the much awaited Mobile World Congress.

The three phone go by the name of the LG K40, LG K50, and LG Q60. These are pure budget devices, so one wouldn’t imagine them being a threat to any flagship phone. All three boast LG’s Full Vision screens – a 5.7-inches screen for the LG K40, while a 6.26-inches screen with a waterdrop notch for both the LG K50 and the LG Q60. The phones will feature AI-powered scene/object recognition, rear fingerprint scanners, DTS:X 3D surround sound, plus a dedicated Google assistant key. All three of the phones will come with an unnamed 2Ghz Octa-core chipset.

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Amongst the three, one would imagine the LG Q60 to be the most top-end model, as the phone sports 3 gigs of RAM, 64 gigs of internal storage(expandable storage), a 3500mAh battery to keep the lights running, a 13MP selfie shooter, along with a triple rear camera setup at the rear of the phone (16MP, 5MP ultra wide angle, 2MP depth sensor).

Specs wise, the LG K50 seems to be behind the Q60. The phone sports 3 gigs of RAM, 32 gigs of internal storage (which would be expandable), the same 3500mAh battery to that of the Q60, and to go with all of this, a 13MP selfie camera. While there isn’t a triple camera setup on the back this time, you’ll have to make do with a dual camera setup with a 13MP + 2MP pairing instead.

Three budget devices revealed by LG

Amongst the three of the devices, the K40 is the least capable. The phone features just 2 gigs of RAM, 32 gigs of internal storage (this too is expandable), a battery worth 3000mAh, along with an 8MP selfie camera. No triple or even dual camera setups on the back this time, as you’ll have to be content with a solitary 16MP main camera.


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