India is seen to be one of the fastest growing electronics market in the world and the rising demand of smartphones contributes a lot to the fact. The South Korean electronics manufacturer LG had committed to the “Make in India” campaign and come up with two budget smartphones that are actually manufactured in the company’s Noida unit. Several manufacturers, including Micromax, Lava, Gionee, OnePlus, and Xiaomi, had already started assembling their devices in the country and LG was the latest to follow suit, nevertheless, the progress hasn’t been delayed. The smartphones from LG are named K7 and K10 and are tagged at Rs. 9,500 and 13,500 respectively.
LG claims the latest offerings K7 and K10 would compete with the J series of Galaxy smartphones from Samsung. The K7 is the cheaper model that has got a 5-inch 854x480 pixels display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor. It has a 1.4 GB RAM and 16 GB in-built memory. The main and front camera are 8 MP and 5 MP respectively. The 2,125 mAh battery, 4G LTE networks with VoLTE and dual-SIM support make it a descent package.
The K10, on the other hand, has got a bigger 5.3-inches screen with HD resolution of 1280x720 pixels and is powered by a quad-core 1.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor coupled with a 4 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory; of course there is the option to enhance the memory with the help of a microSD slot. The only difference in terms of the camera is that the main camera is 13 MP. The 2,300 mAh battery, VoLTE and 4G connections along with the support for dual SIM cards make this phone one of the best in the budget category.
Abhishek Upadhyay Posted on April 14, 2016
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