After releasing Wing and Velvet handsets, LG Electronics is back into the Indian market. The South Korean electronics giant has now released three new W-series smartphones namely LG W11, LG W31 and LG W31+.
Unlike the previous Velvet smartphone, the new W-series handsets are meant for the budget segment. They are priced ₹9490, ₹10,990 and ₹11,990 respectively. Interestingly, all the three handsets will be available in Midnight Blue colour.
LG W11, LG W31 and LG W31+ Specifications:
There’s nothing great about their specifications. LG has got a large screen and multi-camera setups to sell these budget handsets. Moreover, they do get a dedicated Google Assistant button.
The LG W11 sports a 6.52-inch LCD panel with a waterdrop notch on the top. Powered by MediaTek Helio P22 chipset, it has 13MP primary lens and 2MP depth sensor on the rear. There’s an 8MP front camera for selfies.
The LG W31 gets a 5MP ultra-wide lens. Powered by 3GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt space, the handset packs 4000mAh battery. Moreover, it boots Android 10 operating system.
The LG W31+ houses a whopping 128GB storage space. On the connectivity front, there’s a headphone jack as well.
What’s Your Opinion?
Just for the sake of releasing smartphones is ** not the right strategy**. LG India should get into the basics and do some market research before announcing these mediocre products.
Have you ever used budget handsets of LG? If so, share your thoughts and experience.
Also Read: LG Wing & Velvet Comes to India (Still Relies on Snapdragon 845)