The reports of LG’s new smartphone (Model Name: LGL322DL) have been doing rounds on the internet from the past few months. The phone has created a buzz in the smartphone market even before its launch. While this phone has been featured and talked about a lot online, a recent document leaked by a certification agency has given some clarity on what all this new phone has in store for a user.
The phone has been certified by the authority on June 18, 2019, and is said to be a Tracfone branded smartphone powered by Android 9 Pie. This smartphone that was announced in February 2019 is said to feature a Linux Operating System. The phone will be available in a 2GB RAM variant that will run on a Snapdragon 425 Chipset. Talking about its display and screen size, the phone features a 5.45-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 720*1440 pixels, as reported by the recently leaked document.
According to a few tech news agencies and websites, this phone will apparently be launched as a device from LG K-Series in India. Websites like MySmartPrice and GSMArena had earlier reported a similar variant of this phone to be launched with a model name LG K50. The articles had also reported that this phone will be one of the mid-range smartphones offered by LG. Apart from this, rumours about this phone featuring a 6.3-inch display, 3GB RAM and a resolution of 720*1520 pixels had also surfaced online. The phone was also said to have a battery backup of 3500 mAh and a 13-Megapixel Primary Camera.
All this information has been curated from a few certification websites, that can be trusted for their disclosures. The phone LG K50 was announced by the Korean Giant in the 2019 Mobile World Congress and is expected to hit the Indian smartphone markets soon.