LG refreshed their midrange phones at Mobile World Congress this year, one of those phones — the K30 — just became available at T-Mobile. The LG K30 is a rebranded K10 that packs a 2,880mAh battery,5.3-inch HD display, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. As for the RAM or type of processor onboard the device, this information is omitted on T-Mobile’s site. Going by the information from T-Mobile’s listing of the LG K30, the device will be running Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box.
The spec list on T-Mobile states the K30’s connectivity and charging port as the USB-C but XDA-Developers say that the device uses Micro-USB. I guess we’ll wait to get our hands on one to see who’s right. The K30 costs $225, or $9 per month for two years.
There’s no word on when the rest of the updated K-series devices will make it Stateside. But if midrange devices are not your cup of tea, LG just introduced the G7 ThinQ, maybe that should all your smartphone needs.