LG K10 launches in South Korea, carries ‘X400’ moniker
The LG K10 has been in existence, officially, since the December of last year and since then, it has gone on to have an official launch. As if that was not enough appearance, the same unit went on to make a show at CES and now, the South Korean region is the latest stop.
Recently introduced into the market, the unit has been named X400 for this region, and it is available through a number of carriers in the region. Supposed to go on sale on the 15th of February, the device is billed to cost in the range of KRW 200,000 (around $175) and KRW 300,000 (about $265)
The South Korean market would not be the only place where the K10 woukd have another name as T-Mobile is ready to sell it as K20 Plus
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