As tipped by a trusted leaker, LG is planning to launch a new mid-ranger soon in India. This is touted as the LG W41, the successor of the LG W31 series launched last November. This new series is said to be having three handsets’ in it and has a major upgrade in cameras. Here’s more about them;
LG W41 series to launch soon
LG is one of the few players having a bad time running in the smartphone segment. It has very few handsets noted by the community, and the flagships launched are considered as not-so-big-deal types. Yet, the South Korean OEM isn’t quitting just yet and is launching smartphones regularly.
The latest in its timeline is going to be the LG W41 series, which expands the company’s W-series after the LG W31 and W31+ launched in November last year. Both these phones were mid-rangers, and we expect the upcoming series to be placed in the same segment.
LG’s working on the W41 series is tipped by Evan Blass, a trusted leaker who has a good track record of leaking things and had most of them right. Now, he shared an image of the touted LG 41 handset and said there would be three variants in the series.
These could be a standard LG W41, a Plus, and a Pro variant. And from the image, it’s seen the handset is having volume controls and the power button on the right side, and a SIM card slot with a button (could be the dedicated Google Assistant switch) on the left. Also, the display design is bumped from a dewdrop notch to a punch-hole design.
He also reported that the LG W41 may have a 48-megapixel primary sensor, and most of the specifications will be common among the three variants. While there are more to be known, this series is said to exclusive to India.
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