A few days ago, at CES 2016, LG unveiled the K series, a new family of smartphones equipped with technologies derived from top models such as the advanced camera and user experience UX 4.0. The first two devices in this series are LG K10 and K7.
Featuring newly designed glossy pebble of LG, LG K10 and K7 have a stylish look embellished with a modern finish curve aimed at a younger audience. The design is complemented by the glossy pebble beveled glass 2.5D LG that creates a harmonious, uninterrupted, made possible thanks to the lack of buttons on the sides of the line models K. inspired directly by the natural elements, K10 and K7 appear very more exclusive and expensive than they actually are.
The back cover is provided with a surface that mimics the complex texture of a fabric for optimal grip even on the move. And because today’s life offers many opportunities and moments to capture the K series was created precisely to respond better to the needs and demands of multimedia users, due to the large screens (respectively by 5 “FWVGA and 5.3” HD) capable of reproducing images and videos captured by the most advanced cameras for this category of phones – 13mp for the main camera and 5MP front ones for the model K10.
Smartphones will be sold in two versions: 3G and LTE, each with a different processor. In the first case there will be a quad-core 1.3 GHz, in accordance with a quad-core 1.1GHz. Both will be equipped with a 1GB, 1.5GB and 2GB of RAM, depending on the model. LG K7 will have a battery of 2125 mAh, while LG K10 from a battery to 2300 mAh.
Thanks to the now famous features such as Gesture and Gesture Shot Interval Shot, taking selfie is simple and immediate. Gesture Shot lets you take a picture simply by opening and closing his hand over the lens. Repeating the gesture twice will switch to function Gesture Interval Shot that lets you take four pictures in succession. Both models come with virtual flash for selfie to capture their most significant moments anywhere at any time, even in the dark