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.
LG G5, which has got a slide out battery, is most likely to be priced above Rs 50,000.
LG X Cam is now officially listed in LG's UK website.
LG K530 has been found spotted on benchmarking website, GeekBench.
The LG G5 SE smartphone has 'Always On' functionality like LG G5.
As of now LG has not revealed the price of this smartphone.
The LG K10 and LG K7 are the first two devices to be announced under LG's K series.
LG G5 Lite has been certified by the Chinese certification agency, TENAA.
The smartphones will be launched in South Korea first, followed by Europe, Latin America, and Asian markets.
Both the smartphones run on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) operating system.
The limited period offer on LG Nexus 5X is available till March 27.