LG has rolled out its LG X5 (2018) handset in South Korea. It is the updated edition of the LG X5 that was rolled out in 2017. The handset provides support for LG Pay, which is not yet rolled out in India. For those who are not aware, support for LG Pay is akin to Samsung Pay that allows consumers to make transactions digitally on conventional point-of-sale (PoS) devices. The LG X5 (2018) has a price tag of KRW 363,000 that approximately converts to Rs 22,356 in India. There is no authorized news from the firm as to when the new smartphone will be rolled out in India.
To recall, the LG X5 (2018) sports a 720p HD 5.5-inch screen and operates on Android 8.0 Oreo OS. The handset is fueled by a MediaTek octa-core MT6750 in addition to 32 GB of internal memory and 2 GB of RAM with microSD card support. The LG X5 (2018) provides a 13 MP back camera paired LED flash in addition to a 5 MP front shooter. On the connectivity end, there is Bluetooth, 4G, and Wi-Fi along with other normal connectivity options. It is supported by a battery worth 4,000 mAh. In the back, there is a fingerprint sensor too.
Lately, LG had rolled out the Q7+ and Q7 handsets. The LG Q7 has a price tag of KRW 495,000 in South Korea that converts to roughly Rs 30,878 in India. In contrast, the LG Q7+ has a price tag of KRW 570,000 in South Korea that converts to roughly Rs 35,557 in India. The LG Q7+ and LG Q7 handsets are fueled by a comparatively less potent and older Snapdragon Qualcomm 450 chipset. While both the handsets provide card support for microSD of up to 2 TB, it has different storage and RAM options. The LG Q7 has 32 GB of internal memory & 3 GB of RAM while the LG Q7+ provides 64 GB of memory and 4 GB of RAM.