LG isn’t quitting in the smartphone business at least not yet as the company continues to push out more devices. It’s latest, a mid-ranger dubbed the LG Q61 is now being announced in South Korea, the company’s Headquarters and one of the interesting things to look forward to as for the release of the device includes its 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 16MP hole-punch camera with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
Turning the new LG Q61 to the back, you’ll be welcomed by it’s “LG-ish” camera arrangement which is a quad setup consisting of a 48MP main camera alongside an 8MP ultrawide shooter, a 5MP depth helper and a 2MP macro snapper. Also, the back is where the fingerprint scanner is placed which gives the notion that the FHD+ is an IPS LCD touch display.
Aside the camera system and the display, the LG Q61 is also going to feature an octa-core CPU which clocked at 2.3GHz running on a 4GB of RAM coupled with a 64GB of internal storage. There is also support for MicroSD in roder to further expand the device’s storage capacity. Other things about the device’s hardware includes a stereo speaker with DTS-X 3D Surround Sound and is also MIL-STD-810G compliant.
Powering the LG Q61 up is a massive 4000 mAh battery which we all know is an aspect whereby LG excels because they make good batteries. Other things includes the inclusion of Headphone jack, NFC support annd dual-band WI-Fi. And speaking of the pricing, the device comes ina single color and i’ts price-tag is around US$300 (KRW 369,600) and the official sales in the South Korea begins by May 29th but we don’t know if LG will be selling the device abroad as well.