LG has just announced three new devices in the company’s mid-range K-series namely the LG K61, the LG K51S, and the LG K41S.
The three new devices run on octa-core CPUs which are expected to be MediaTek and have 6.5-inch displays. In addition, they pack 4000mAh batteries charged through a USB-C port. The trio also comes with four cameras, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and some sort of MIL-STD 810G compliance.
The LG K61 is the top of the line in the three new phones. It has a 19.5:9 FHD+ FullVision Display with a 16MP front camera. On the rear, it is led by a 48MP camera accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 5MP depth sensor.
It comes with 4GB RAM and either 64GB or 128GB internal storage with microSD card expansion.
The LG K51S, on the other hand, has a slightly taller ratio at 20:9 FullVision Display with just HD+ resolution.
On the front is a 13MP front sensor. On the rear, a 32MP headlines the quad cameras. It is joined by a 5MP ultrawide lens, a 2MP macro sensor, and 2MP depth snapper.
The LG K51S has a sole memory configuration at 3GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
Lastly, the K41S shares the same display as the K51S. As far as cameras go, it has a 13MP main, 5MP ultrawide, and the same 2MP macro and depth lenses in the rear. An 8MP front camera rounds out the shooters.
The distinguishing feature that the K41S has is a waterdrop notch compared to the punch holes of the two other K-series devices.
The LG K41S will pack 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The new LG K-series phones will be hitting the American market first in Q2 of this year. They will then be launched in key markets in Europe and Asia after. LG has not announced the price of the K61, K51S, and K41S though.