LG has launched its K10 2017 smartphone in South Africa.
Along with a 5MP 120-degree wide angle ‘selfie’ front camera, the new LG phone includes much brighter images thanks to Auto Shot and the improved gesture support. This allows the user to set a three-second timer with a single hand gesture, or take four consecutive selfies with a second hand gesture.
The K10 2017 will also automatically take a photo one second after its owner’s face is recognised.
The 13MP rear-facing camera offers zero shutter lag, Quick Share functionality, a 1/3.06-inch sensor and an ultra-bright F2.2 lens for low-light scenarios.
The 5,3-inch in-cell displayoffers better clarity, brighter viewing and improved outdoor visibility, while a touch panel will continue to work even if the glass is broken.
The K10 2017 features a curved elemental design, complemented by the smooth edges of 2.5D Arc glass.
The phone features a 1,5GHz octa-core processor, 16Gb of storage and 2Gb of memory. It also features a 2 800mAh removable battery.
The K10 2017 is affordable at R3 899.00.