If the latest report is considered reasonable, then LG K8 (2018) has passed through the certification from the Federal Communications. Reports indicate that the smartphone will get launched in the US anytime shortly.
The documents submitted to the telecommunications regulator by the South Korean company shed lights on the fact that the LG K8 (2018) will be identified by LM-X210BM model number. Also, it supports 2G GSM, 3G WCDMA, as well as 4G LTE networks, reports indicate. Other connectivity choices also include 2.4GHz Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth.
LG unveiled the K8 2018 at the MWC 2018 event which was held in Barcelona. Talking about the specifications, it comes with a 5-inch display and supports a screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with a dedicated aspect ratio of 18:9. Underneath the hood, there’s an unspecified quad-core processor which is paired with 2GB of RAM plus 16GB of default storage. Fueling the smartphone is a 2500mAh battery which happens to be removable. The device also is equipped with an 8MP rear camera, whereas on the other hand, there is a 5MP front-facing camera to take quality selfies.
According to the documents submitted by the company to the FCC, the smartphone comes with a length of 146.3 millimeters, a thickness of 8.2 millimeters, and a width of 73.2 millimeters. Software front includes the device to run the Android 7.1.2 Nougat pre-loaded with LG’s proprietary UI atop. Disappointingly, there’s no such word pertaining to the smartphone’s software upgradation to Android Oreo. The LG K8 2018 will come with the ability to make use of features like the split-screen multitasking as well as ‘Quick Reply’ functionality. This particular feature will give allowance to users to reply the messages as well as emails directly from the notification menu.
Apart from LG K8 (2018), the company also unveiled the K10 2018 at the MWC 2018 which comes in three variants: K10, K10+, and K10α. The variants, however, have the same specifications except for a few slight changes in RAM, storage as well as the camera departments. For more information, stay tuned to us.