LG announces K11Plus, K11 Alpha budget smartphones with military grade durability

first_imgSouth Korean multinational LG recently announced the launch of two of its budget smartphones– K11 Plus and K11 Alpha in Chile. The phones are a successor to the company’s K10 series which was first introduced back in 2017.As far as LG K11 Plus is concerned, it features a 5.3-inch display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. It features a scratch resistant metal cover design that supports MIL-SPEC military grade durability. It is powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core MediaTek processor and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo.In terms of memory, LG K11 Plus sports 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 2TB via a microSD card. As far as the camera is concerned, the phone comes with a single front and rear camera. While on the front, K11 Plus comes with a 5MP sensor, on the rear side, the phone features a 13MP sensor with phase detection auto focus and flash. In terms of connectivity, K11 Plus supports Wi-Fi 801.11, Wi-Fi direct, GPS, Bluetooth, FM Radio and micro USB Type-B.It also comes comes with a fingerprint sensor which is placed on the rear side of the phone below the camera and flash. K11 Plus features DTS:X surround sound and it is backed by a 3,000mAh battery. It is available in Blue, Black and Gold colour variants.As far K11 Alpha is concerned, the phone is similar to K11 Plus in terms of features and specifications. Both the phones will be available sometime in August. According to a report by GSM Arena, while K11 Plus will be available for 270 Euros (Rs 21,700 approximately), its toned down variant K11 Alpha will be available for 220 Euros (Rs 17,700 approximately).advertisementALSO READ: LG Q Stylus series launched with Full Vision Display and military grade durabilityMeanwhile, LG back in June this year launched its Q Stylus series– Q Stylus, Q Stylus Plus and Q Stylus Alpha– with Full Vision Display and military grade durability. The three smartphones will feature the company’s Qlens technology along with DTS: Xaudio technology. They will come with a stylus which is similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series and they will be available in the US and Asia before a global rollout in the third quarter of the year.last_img

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