After many rounds of rumors and leaks, LG has had the LG K30 announced. The LG K30, though not being a flagship has a ton of features and specifications. Which are they, and is the phone worth it?
LG K30 Announced
Similar to the recently released LG X4+, the LG K30 has a ton of neat specifications. The phone has especially managed to pack up such features in a neat, compact design. Not much of bells and whistles like the LG G7 ThinQ, but this is the phone that can very well be your daily driver.
The phone has an HD 5.3 inch IPS display on the front. The phone is powered by the new gen 1.4GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 425 processor and is also coupled with Adreno 308 GPU. When coming to storage, the phone has 32GB of internal storage, and it can be expanded to a mind-blowing 2TB with a microSD card. There is a fingerprint scanner located in the back, below the camera. The phone might be lacking in the camera sector with the primary camera being 13MP and the front-facing camera being 5MP. But if you’re not one of the those Instagram clickers, then that should be fine for you. Another aspect where the phone lacks a bit is with the battery. The phone is juiced by a 2,880mAh battery. LG claims that one can get a talk time of 13 hours, and a standby time of 10 days with the battery.
After LG had the LG K30 announced, positive reviews have been flowing in. The LG K30 has been announced in the US for T-Mobile and thus will be exclusive to that carrier. The LG K30 comes in Black, and is priced at $9 per month for a 24-month contract, and comes for $225 without a contract from T-Mobile.