After revealing its flagship, the G6, at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona, seems like LG is planning to launch two more smartphones soon. Smartphones carrying the model number LG-M320H and the LG X230Z have got the all the necessary approval from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in the US. One of them is a variant of LG X230 which surfaced earlier. Meanwhile, another LG smartphone with model number X230DS received FCC certification.
The H and Z at the end of the both the LG M320H and X230Z smartphones usually hint at the region where they will be announced, however, we are not really sure what region does H and Z imply here. Nevertheless, both the devices are expected to run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. While the X230Z seems to be the single SIM variant, as per the FCC listing.
The earlier FCC listing of X230DS did not reveal any specifications of the smartphone except the back of the device with Brazil written on it. The DS in the name hints at the dual sim variant in Brazil.
The LG X230 was earlier spotted on GeekBench benchmarking website last year in October 2016 in which the device got 441 points in single-core test and in muli-core test it received 1247 points. Further, the LG smartphone has 1GB RAM along with 1.09 GHz Mediatek MT6737M quad-core processor. The handset is based on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The specs in the Geekbench listing hints it to be a low-end phone.
Earlier in January, several models of the handset got Bluetooth certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). Sadly, the Bluetooth certification website did not reveal any specs of the phone.