You know LG was once a top smartphone manufacturer. Given Android is an open-source platform, anyone can tie up with it by obeying the license guidelines from Google. That’s how Chinese devices hit the market. Guess what! It almost dug the grave of both LG and Sony.
These brands didn’t change their pricing pattern with time. On the other hand, those Chinese manufacturers priced their offerings in an alluring fashion. And, their strategy worked out. People started pursuing their products rather than those from LG and Sony. But that doesn’t mean these brands halted their business.
LG Released W30 Pro with Snapdragon 632 SoC in India
So, you read the primordial reason behind the failure of LG’s smartphone business. They didn’t change their pricing strategy with time and contemporary trends. When other brands had started giving the same processor and specifications at even affordable prices, potential buyers leaned towards the new kids on the block.
Let’s now shift our attention to the new product from LG. Dubbed as LG W30 Pro, the device has just found its way to India. In case you are naive, they already announced the handset in July. Almost four months later, the company is bringing it to the country.
When it comes to the specifications, the screen measures 6.21-inch in size with HD+ resolution. Moreover, this FullVision display also flaunts 19:9 aspect ratio and 86.83 screen-to-body ratio. On the top, you can spot a water-drop notch.
Underneath the hood, LG W30 lends the processing power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC. To go along with it, the South Korean tech giant has also included 4 GB RAM and 64 GB onboard storage. Memory expansion is possible up to 512 GB using an external SD card.
Despite turning their faces against the industry trends in the matter of processor and display resolution, LG didn’t take the same route for the camera. The rear triple camera setup comprises a 13-megapixel primary sensor, 5-megapixel secondary sensor and a tertiary wide-angle sensor measuring 8-megapixel in resolution. And, the selfie camera is a 16-MP one.
You get almost all the sensors and connectivity options. The battery capacity is 4050 mAh and it has support for fast charging.
As for the pricing, you will have to spend Rs. 12490 to grab it from Amazon. Comes in two different colors (Midnight Blue and Midnight Purple), LG W30 Pro offers credit card discounts for Citibank and Yes Bank customers.
What do you think? Will LG grab the market back with this offering? Comment your opinion below.