After a long silence in the midrange segment, LG is all set to release series of midrange and pocket friendly, feature packed smartphone for the Indian and other international markets. In a recent teaser images released by Amazon India, LG is got four midrange smartphone in the works, and will lunched under a brand new series duped W-series.
Not much is said or even known concerning the LG W-Series yet, but one glaring fact is that LG is obviously targeting the Samsung Galaxy M-series, considering the teaser images. As per the teaser, the LG W series will have AI-enabled triple rear cameras that are claimed to “maximise” your photography experience. The setup will include a standard sensor, a telephoto lense and a wide-angle lense. While the details about the resolutions are not known at the moment, we can tell that cameras will be backed by features such as night mode for low light photography and portrait/ bokeh shots.
The LG W series smartphone seems to have a glass-sandwich design as well as a waterdrop-style notch. The brand claims that the user will be able to customise the notch, with an option to switch between the U-shaped notch, waterdrop notch, and completely disabling the notch in favour of a wider virtual bezels. The handset will come in three colour options: black, green, and a gradient blue-purple hue. Other highlights of the phone include a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, volume and power buttons on the left spine, and SIM tray on the right.