LG have launched brand new K series at the CES 2016. As a part of this series, LG have unveiled K10 and K7 as the initial smartphones. These new smartphones succeed the L series lineup with better camera and improved UX.
LG K10 has a 5.3″ display. The LTE model is powered by a quad-core (clocked at 1.2GHz or 1.3GHz) or octa-core processor running at 1.14GHz. The 3G model uses a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. K10’s LTE model has a 13MP primary camera while the 3G variant has 8MP camera. LG K10 battery capacity of 2,300mAh and it runs on Android Lollipop. LG K10 has 8/16GB internal memory with no option of expandable memory.
LG K7 is the younger sibling of K10. It has a 5″ display. It is powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core for the LTE variant, whereas the 3G model packs a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. LG K7 has a slightly lesser battery capacity of 2,125mAh. LTE model has 8MP rear camera while 3G model has 5MP camera. Internal storage and Android version of LG K7 and K10 are same.
Both the phones feature Gesture Shot and Gesture Interval Shot for taking selfies without much hassle. While Gesture Shot allows taking photos by just raising a hand in front of the lens and then clenching it into a fist, the Gesture Interval Shot produces four consecutive photos. Besides, both come with Flash for Selfie feature for capturing images in low light conditions.