LG launches the LG U in home country, packs 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal space
While some other smartphone makers are always in the habit of giving their devices unusually long names, LG has always been a fan of short monikers and they have done it again this time with the launch of a new device which is to be called the LG U and from what you are about to see, this one spells all the making of a mid-range at heart.
Under the 5.3 inch of screen that it is coming with is an octa core processor that can attain a clock speed of 1.14GHz and according to other internal specs, we have 2GB of RAM paired to an internal storage space of 32GB.
Going further to the camera section, on the back is a 13MP unit and on the front is also an 8MP shooter, all running on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow and having a 3000mAh battery all to itself.
The device which has already been launched in South Korea is expected to be available in three different colour variants of white, black and pink while it is expected to sell for some KRW 396,000 which translates to just $345 on the international markets.
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