LG K10 (2018) will be the first mid-range smartphone to feature LG Pay solution

Samsung, LG, and probably a few other companies, are expected to introduce new smartphones early next year at CES (Consumers Electronics Show) 2018. South Korean media reports Samsung is likely to introduce the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+, which leaked out way ahead of the official announcement.

As far as LG goes, the South Korean handset maker won't unveil anything out of the ordinary unless you're into mobile payments solution. The new LG K10 (2018) is supposed to be the company's first mid-range smartphone to come with LG Pay, a mobile payment solution usually reserved for high-class devices.

The rest of the phone's specs are rather standard, so expect a 5.3-inch display with full HD (1080p) resolution, 3GB RAM, and 32GB expandable storage. Also, the LG K10 (2018) will be powered by a 3,000 mAh battery and it will be equipped with 1.2GHz quad-core processor.

On the back, the smartphone will pack a 13-megapixel photo snapper, while in the front the K10 (2018) is supposed to include a secondary 5-megapixel selfie camera. LG's mid-range smartphone will also feature a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and FM Radio support.



1. WAusJackBauer

Posts: 456; Member since: Mar 22, 2015

That CPU is pretty bad unless its the new midrange Snapdragon 630, 636 or 660

2. cogito

Posts: 75; Member since: Aug 18, 2015

It’s a shame this technology is still necessary as there are still some large retailers in the US who refuse to accept NFC payments (for example: Wal Mart, Target, TJX Companies).

3. AronWunarso

Posts: 245; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

Quad core? My K10 2017 has Octa Core processor. That's a downgrade

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