The Korean manufacturer is introducing three devices under its W family, which will try to steal some of its market share,Galaxy A and Redmi
We are always in favor of large-capacity smart devices that provide great battery life, enabling full day use and even more regardless of the nature of the use and no need to worry or look for sudden charging sockets - so you can understand why the company's fresh series LG, Which includes intermediate devices with an 4,000mAh unit in each of them, manages to attract our attention.
The LG W10 is the cheapest model in the series to be priced at 9,000 Rupees (NIS 470 in direct conversion) in the Indian market where it will be launched for the first time, and includes an 6.19-inch IPS screen with 1,512 × 720 resolution, chip The Mediatek Octagon Helio P22 in the manufacturing process of the 12 nanometer system Android Current pie, dynamic memory of 3GB, volume storage Built-in expandable 32GB, 13 main back-end megapixel camera with 5 megapixel secondary depth sensor, 8 MPX SLF camera with dedicated LED flash, Fingerprint scanner Rear and 4,000mAh battery that is supposed to do wonders in combination with the modest display resolution and economical chip.
The LG W30 will cost Rupees 10,000 (approximately NIS 520 value) and will offer a slightly larger 6.26 inch 1,520 × 720 pixel resolution (with a compact 'drop' flaw compared to a large and fat W10) chip Helio P22 and the same memory array with 3GB of RAM 32GB storage, 4,000mAh battery, and a triple rear photo set with a main 12 megapixel unit, a wide-angle 13 megapixel camera and a 5 megapixel depth sensor, plus an enhanced 16 megapixel camera.
Those who dislike Mediatek chips may prefer the LG W30 Pro, which will be launched later, with the same 6.26 × X IPS screen at the standard 1,520 × 720 pixels of the standard W30 - but with chip Snapdragon 632 Enhanced octagon of Qualcomm, Dynamic memory volume 4GB, volume storage Internal 64GB dual, triple back photo array, 16 SLP camera and a large 4,000mAh battery, of course.
We do not yet know whether the W family models will be officially launched in the country - but it is your time to express an opinion and tell us whether they are needed in our local market at all, or is the supply varied and sufficient even without the additions of LG.