LG has announced a new smartphone, which is part of the "economic" segment of the market. It's about LG Q51, which has just been made official in South Korea and the first Q series phone of this 2020.
LG Q51 will be available for purchase in South Korea starting tomorrow, Wednesday 26 February, at the price of 317,000 won, equal to about 240 euros. The Q51 available in two color options, namely Moonlight Titanium is Frozen White. LG has yet to confirm the availability of the phone internationally.
LG Q51 is not the company's first smartphone in these first months of the year: so far, in fact, the Seoul giant has launched the LG K61, LG K51S and LG K41S smartphones.
LG Q51 shows up with a 6.5-inch FullVision IPS LCD display with a V-notch and HD + resolution. Inside the "notch" there is a 13 megapixel camera, while on the back the phone has a 13 megapixel main lens, a 5 megapixel ultrawide sensor, a 2 megapixel depth sensor and an LED flash.
Also on the back, LG Q51 has a fingerprint sensor which can also be used for the authentication required for payments.
LG Q51 works with the Android 10 operating system, or the current version of the green robot. The processor, rather modest, a Helio P22 2.0 GHz octa-core, combined with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, with memory that can be further expanded by adding a microSD card.
The user can also use a dedicated hardware button on the left edge of the LG Q51 to access Google Assistant. The device finally equipped with stereo speakers and promises improved audio performance thanks to the DTS: X 7.1 channel audio system. Finally, LG Q51 equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery.