LG Class leaked for the first time last week, along with some bits of information about its specs. As it turns out, the LG Class is a mid-range smartphone, not a high-end device some people were hoping it would be. It’s also just 7.4mm thin, making one of the thinnest smartphones around.
The LG Class seems to have no buttons on either side but instead, these buttons are located on the back panel.
The Class features a premium-level image sensor similar to that of the G4, a 13 megapixel camera at the back, and another 8 megapixel one at the front. It’s horsepower comes from a quad-core Snapdragon 410, which is backed by 2GB of RAM while the storage capacity clocks in at 16GB and is expandable.
The LG Class phablet features a 5-inch display, as against a 5.7-inch screen of the LG H740 in the GFX benchmark listing. There is also 2,050mAh non-removable battery. You’ll get a number of camera features for example, like Beauty Shot, Gesture Interval Shot, etc.
Further, this device supports connectivity option such as 4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, NFC, 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio, 1W speaker.
Today, the LG Class went official in Korea and – although it probably won’t make its way to Western markets – it looks to be a solid mid-ranger. As for pricing, we suppose it’s not surprising either that it has a relatively affordable price tag of $340 (this is after conversion from its price of 399,300 won).
Apart from the LG Class, the South Korean company was also reported to be prepping a high-end V10.