LG promised to bring some budget-centric smartphones in some regions but so far there has been none. The company just launched the LG Velvet premium mid-ranger in the US and South Korea but there were no budget devices. Now, a new smartphone that is said to be the LG K42 has shown up on Google’s Play Console listing.
The LG K42 smartphone’s Play Console listing shows a bezel-less smartphone without any sort of notch or hole-punch. It seems to just be a reference image as the specs don’t seem that premium for such a body. Anyways, the smartphone looks quite interesting.
The smartphone has an HD+ display with an exact resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels. It has a 280ppi and is expected to come with a modern aspect ratio. The page reveals an entry-level MediaTek Helio P22 chipset with 4GB of RAM. It runs on Android 10 and will probably have LG’s custom UI on top of it.
This is the first time we are hearing about the LG K42 smartphone and LG also hasn’t revealed any details. We expect the company to break the silence or let’s hope for some more certifications to learn more on the device. Once more details are outed, we’ll be the first one to notify you of the same.
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