Sldnug – The Q2 2020 financial report revealed that South Korean technology brands were experiencing losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic, including LG.
Previous reports said LG smartphone sales were down 19% year over year but 31% year over year as supply chains stabilized and lockdown measures eased, especially in markets like the US and Europe.
But amid falling sales news, LG seems to be trying to stay consistent in the mobile market, one of which is by showcasing a new series.
Giz China reports that LG is preparing a new entry-level smartphone, the K31s. The smartphone reportedly appears in the database of the US communications regulator, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The smartphone with the LG LM-K310IM model number with the FCC is believed to be the K31s.
This smartphone is supported by the MediaTek Helio P22 chipset, 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. Storage media can be expanded with microSD.
The smartphone has a U-shaped notch. It also has dual rear cameras and a 3,900mAh battery with microUSB charging.
The smartphone works with Android 10 and has a headphone jack on the bottom of the device.
Earlier news also said LG is ready to release 5G devices later this year. Unusually, LG is trying to offer a 5G smartphone at an affordable price.
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According to LG officials from the Cellular Communications division, the company is working to increase the profitability of its business and become more competitive in today’s market.
And is the K31s a 5G smartphone sold at an affordable price? Let’s wait.