“The smartphone will be be the successor to the LG K11+ and will come powered by MediaTek MT6762 processor”
We already know that LG will be launching the G8 ThinQ and possibly also a 5G enabled V50 ThinQ smartphone during the MWC in Barcelona later this month. Now a new report by Tiger Mobiles publication suggest that the Korean manufacturer might have one or two more surprises up its sleeve. They have shared fresh renders of the so called LG K12+ smartphone along with some of its key specifications. The entry-level smartphone will apparently feature a notch-less HD+ screen with 720 x 1440 pixel resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. The renders show thick bezels on all corners (specially on top and bottom of the screen).
Internally the LG K12+ will be powered by the MediaTek MT6762 processor better known as Helio P22 coupled with 3GB of RAM and an unspecified amount of in-built storage. It will apparently come pre-loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. Sadly that’s all the information we could dig up from the report and we’re still in the dark as to what camera system and the battery pack it will carry among other things. Going by the name, K12+ could be the successor to the LG K11+ smartphone announced last year. It is powered by MediaTek MT6750 SoC coupled with 2GB/3GB os RAM and 16GB/32GB internal storage.
It features a 5.3-inch HD 16:9 display, a dual camera setup at the back along with a 5MP selfie shooter and 3000mAh battery. Going by this, it’s a given that K12+ will also boast of a dual lens setup at the back and a similar, if not larger battery capacity. I also expect the rear-fingerprint scanner to be present in the upcoming model.