LG has discreetly launched a midrangeAndroid smartphone that highlights an IP68 build and the Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor. The LG Style3 offers a performance-cost balanced device with an opening price of US$352 (~Php18,000) and the Android 10 OS.
By June 2020, the Japanese market will be the first one to enjoy using the classic metal & glass built device with a price of 38,160 yen (~Php18,000). Its major specification includes a 6.1-inch OLED QHD+ front panel diagonally. The big screen will include an 8-megapixel front camera that is perfect for selfies, groufies, and high-quality video calls. Its fingerprint security sensors are integrated on its screen.
Surprisingly, LG Style3’s rear dual camera will have a sharp 48-megapixel main lens with a 5-megapixel secondary depth camera. It is then complemented by the usual horizontal design in LG smartphones that we usually see. Furthermore, the device will also be packed with a 64 GB internal storage and 4GB RAM. It can be expandable up to 512 GB using a microSDXC.
LG Style3’s battery is going to have a maximum of 3,500mAh capacity. It is currently unknown is it has fast charging. There are two color options for everyone to choose from: ‘Mirror Black’ and the ‘Aurora White’ will be available on its first day of launch in Docomo stores.