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LG has unveiled the smartphone, the LG Class, also known as LG-F620. This product opens a whole new line of Android smartphones. LG Class is a derivative of any of the traditional series manufacturer. It is a new mid-range smartphone that has the distinction of having a curved metal body and glass.
The differences in the design language of this smartphone vis-a-vis the LG G4 includes the contours of the picture block, rows of back buttons available to the speaker, the top and bottom brackets, etc. Unlike the G4, the SIM card is installing through a drawer at the side. Its thickness is 7.4 mm and weighs 147 grams. The colors announced are gold, silver, and black / blue.
Let’s talk about its configuration – a 5-inch 720p screen (resolution of 294 pixels per inch), served by a 2.5D glass and powered by a Snapdragon 410 1.2GHz. This ensures 4G connectivity, Bluetooth 4.1, WiFi, DLNA and NFC. The chipset comes with 2 GB of RAM (LPDDR3 format), 16GB of internal storage with exensible microSD and a non-removable battery of 2050 mAh. It works with Android Lollipop, in a version that would take advantage of 2.5D glass to provide a “3D effect”. The smartphone has a main 13 megapixel sensor (with autofocus) and a 8-megapixel webcam (without autofocus).
The announced price is 300 euros. You still have to wait for few more days to get a top model.