The smartphones have bezel-less displays ranging from 5.7 inch to 6.26 inch, and come with immersive audio format, DTS:X, the company said.
Prices of the handsets haven’t been confirmed yet, but they are expected to cost around 300,000 won (US$267) and 400,000 won, a company official said.
“The cost-effective smartphones focus on key functions, such as camera and battery, to improve convenience in the multimedia environment,” LG said in a release.
As premium smartphones, like Apple’s iPhones and Samsung‘s Galaxy S series, easily cost more than US$1,000, LG has been exploring ways to better position itself in the global market to revive its sluggish mobile business.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (email@example.com)