Today we are going to talk about the LG k10.
LG K10 AT&T Unlock comes with an active live cover it comes to the panic button when the power button is pressed twice in quick succession it acts as a panic button and that dies the helpline number.
The LG K10 comes with a 5.3 inch 720p IPS display it’s not as bright as crisp as the other displays like those by Xiaomi or maybe even the honor 6x. The LG K10 supports connectivity options it has a 2800 mAh battery.
It has no fast charging the battery is removable so that’s something good about it. It comes with Android Nogat that’s also good that energy has at least decided to keep it up with the latest version of Android.
The unlock LG K10 AT&T comes with an all plastic body with a brushed metal finish and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor inside the hood. The LG K10 comes with an octa-core MediaTek mt6752 chipset it’s not as fast as a lot of the other chipsets used by the competition and it comes with only 2gb of RAM and 16gb of internal storage.
LG K10 supports expandable storage via micro SD card up to 2 terabytes the LG k10 comes to the 13 megapixel rear camera with the f2 point to a virtual auto focus LED flash it has a 5 megapixel front-facing camera which is capable of shooting up to 120 degree wide-angle selfie in terms of the cameras user experience and the user interface it is good it’s classic LG style camera nothing is too different from other smartphones and it supports up to full HD video recording now let’s take a look at the image samples that we get from this camera immediate was good the family camera does shoot ok images but in low-light the noise was definitely there and I think that if you take it out in good daylight conditions then the images would be ok but in terms of overall image quality it’s not worth it for the size that it retails for there are better smartphones out there with better cameras for the same absolute price the LG k10 would retail for the price of thirteen thousand nine hundred ninety two peas and for such a price I don’t think that this smartphone does package that much power if you compare it to something like the redmi note 4 which retails for around thirteen thousand rupees it does have the Snapdragon 625 chipset even four gigabytes of RAM and compare something like that to the LG kittens the educaton does fall short this smartphone could be okay for those people who are looking for that panic button functionality and Onaga and the LG brand main but I seriously consider that LG needs to revamp their game they need to bring out smartphones which are competitive or maybe they should abandon the serious competitive price range market and only makes flagship smartphones.