LG to launch LG K10 (2017) next year, T-Mobile to sell as LG K20 Plus
With 2017 already looking like another year where we would be very busy with the launch of phones from various walks of the market, LG has been involved in a rumour that suggests that we could be looking at a number of six devices to be launched by this company alone at the CES event bound for next year, and if this rumour is on the money, then we would be getting more than we have bargained for next year.
All of these devices are supposed to be mid-range devices and according to the sheet that is flying around now, one of them would be the successor to this year’s K10, and it would be dubbed the K10 (2017). However, Evan Blass begs to differ and he has it on good authority that there would be a variant of the device that would bear another name instead.
In one of his co-ordinated leaks, @evleaks has announced that there would be a vagrant of the device going to T-Mobile and the carrier would like to have another name on it. According to our favourite tipster, they would be calling their own version the K20 Plus instead.
When it comes to the specs, ere would be no difference between the two devices and rumours have already set it at a 5.3 inch of screen, powered with HD display and carrying a 5MP camera as well as fingerprint sensor on the back.
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