LG has launched a mid-range segment smartphone dubbed as LG K12+ in the markets of the South Korea. The device looks same like the other mid-range segment smartphones of the LG and the K12+ is almost same like the LG K40. given below are the things you must know about the LG K12+ smartphone.
The LG K12+ will come in three color options i.e. Black, Moroccan Blue and Platinum Gray. the low-end variant of the K12+ comes at the price tag of 1,199 in South Korea i.e. roughly Rs 21,000 in terms of the Indian Currency. The company has not uttered a word about the launch of the smartphone in India.
The LG K12+ sports a 5.7-inch HD+ (720p) IPS LCD screen which is less as compared to the price tag of the smartphone because there are many smartphones that offer at least 1080p or FHD resolution at the price tag more than Rs 15,000. Under the hood, the smartphone gets the power from the MediaTek Helio P22 SoC, that is a mid-range segment Octa-core chipset.
The LG K12+ packs a capacity of 3,000mAh battery along with the fast charging support through micro USB port. The device comes with a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack with the support of the DTS:X 3D Surround Sound. In terms of the software, the smartphone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo along with the custom LG skin on top.
Same like the premium smartphones of the LG, the LG K12+ also comes with a volume controls just above the dedicated Google Assistant button on the left.
The LG K12+ is equipped with the 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. For security purpose, the smartphone comes with a fingerprint reader at the back.
In terms of the optics, the LG K12+ at the back carries a 16MP primary camera along with a single tone LED flash. At the front, the smartphone sports an 8MP camera for selfies and video calling. Both the front and the rear camera comes with AI features and can record 1080p videos at 30fps.
As compared to the price tag, the specs of the smartphone are very low. In India, most of the smartphone which costs more than Rs 20,000 gives the semi-flagship grade specs-sheet but the LG K12+ has disappointed us with the entry-level specs.