LG today announced its updating the specs inside its K series lineup of smartphones. This comes just days before MWC 2018 could begin. With the new K10, K10+, K10A, and K8, consumers can expect better speeds and stability thanks to new internals.
Specifically, all three K10 models now come with 1.5GHz processors with 2 or 3GB of RAM and 16GB or 32GB of storage. The K10 and K10+ sport 13MP rear cameras and 8MP front cameras, while the K10A drops down to an 8MP and 5MP combination. This is in line with the K8 which also sports a 1.3GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. All four ship with Android Nougat and have rear-mounted fingerprint readers.
The only real downside to these handsets are the screens LG opted for. Instead of doing something modern, the company is sticking with 5.3-inch 16:9 720p panels for its K10 lineup and a 5-inch panel for the K8. So really, the designs of these phones belong in 2016, but for whatever reason, they somehow made it into 2018.
LG is expected to reveal more information regarding the handsets at MWC 2018 such as pricing and availability. We’ll have much more next week when things kick off.