LG Electronics will enter an era of four lenses in budget smartphone models. The company will launch three types of budget smartphone models (the LG K61, the LG K51S and the LG K41S) one by one in Central and South America and Europe starting in the second quarter of this year.
LG Electronics' three models are loaded with four high-quality lenses (standard, ultra wide, depth, and macro lenses) used in premium smartphones only in the past.
In particular, the LG K61 is loaded with a 48-million-pixel lens, LG K51S a 32-million-pixel lens, and K41S a 13-million-pixel standard lens. So, the three are loaded with lenses as powerful as those of premium smartphones.
If you use a macro lens that is common to all the three models, you can take a clear photo of a close subject 3 to 5 centimeters away. In addition, the three also feature convenient AI functions. Their AI cameras automatically recognize objects and recommend the best picture quality.
When developing the three models, LG Electronics took into consideration the fact that increasingly more and more consumers were enjoying watching videos on their smartphones. Thus, the three feature a 6.5-inch large display and minimize their front bezels. LG Electronics also reduced areas occupied by their front cameras. For this purpose, the company applied a punch hole to the LG K61 and the LG K51S, and a V notch style design to the K41S.
LG Electronics focused on their core functions such as batteries, sound and durability. At the same time, it improved their basic multimedia functions. They are powered by a 4000mAh large-capacity battery, so their users do not need to worry about battery power in multimedia environments that consume much power such as watching videos and surfing the web.