On Thursday, launch of 2 phones was seen by LG, the K10 and K7, the 1st make in India phones. This move is highlighting India’s long term commitment to its customers.
A report states K7 and K10 were unveiled at a launch event and both the phones have glossy pebble design, UX features and advanced camera technology. It would have a modern finish and a curved and stylish look. This sleek design is complimented by 2.5 Arc glass for seamless and smooth style which is possible only because there are no buttons on the sides.
Both the phones have an exclusive and expensive look, than they actually are. The back pattern offers optimal confidence and grip. Further, it is designed keeping in mind multimedia creation. It has large screen for displaying videos and images captured with 13megapxiel rear and 8 megapixel front camera.
During the launch, Union Minister of Communications and IT, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, stated that “The Indian digital ecosystem will be a $1 trillion economy in the next 5 years with $400 billion contribution from smartphones and electronics manufacturing, 350 billion from IT and ITES enables services and $250 billion from Communications services. LG is a large global brand name and we are very excited that they have chosen to manufacture mobile handsets from India. With LG smartphones consumers will have access to governance, information and knowledge in the hands.”
K7 would be coming with a price tag of Rs. 9,500 and K 10 would be coming with a price tag of Rs.13,500.