LG's Google Nexus 4 has all the hardware for a flagship phone, but in terms of price it is in the mid range.
It is a well-established fact that Google prices its devices very reasonably and the latest Nexus 4 is no different. Nexus 4 made by LG gets hardware that is fit for the flagship product but is priced substantially cheaper than flagship products from players like Samsung, Sony, HTC and even LG itself.
But having a top notch spec sheet and cut throat pricing is one thing and actual performance is another. So here is our first impression of the device, which has just been launched in India.
The LG G5 will succeed the LG G4 that was launched in India last year for Rs 51,500.
The video shows some software features of K7 and K10 smartphones such as Gesture shot, Gesture interval shot, LG Quick Cover view, Tap and Shot and Flash for Selfie.
As of now company has not reveled their prices or availability details.
The device is said to have fingerprint sensor on the back and retina scanner.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow has many new features such as the 'Do not disturb' under the 'Sound and notification'.
LG Zero has been introduced in Korea and will gradually be rolled out in Asia, Europe and Latin America.
LG Nexus 5X was launched in India in 16 GB and 32 models for Rs 31,900 and Rs 35,900 respectively.
LG is planning to launch more than a dozen devices next year and is reportedly ready to launch five smartphones this year
Not only has a secondary display, the LG V10 also has a two selfie cameras.
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