LG X400 is the K10 (2017) For South Korea
LG Electronics has followed up the launch of the mid-range LG X300 released last month in South Korea, with the LG X400. Both devices come pre-installed with Android 7.0 Nougat OS and are based on the LG K Series 2017 – the K8 (2017) and K10 (2017) respectively, which were showcased at the CES 2017.
According to the source, the LG X400 will be available a day after St. Valentine’s day (15th of February) in South Korea and is expected to be priced around the KRW 300,000 (USD 265) mark. Like the X300, it will be carried by the country’s three major carriers – LGU+, KT and SK Telecom.
Moving to the specs, the device sports a 5.3-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD In-cell touch display, 1.5GHz Octa-core Mediatek MT6750 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB built-in expandable storage space, front facing 5MP camera with wide angle lens, and a rear facing 13MP AutoFocus camera with LED flash.
Of all the LG K 2017 series devices, the K10 is the only one with a fingerprint sensor (rear placed); it supports 4G LTE networks and is backed by a removable lasting 2800mAh battery. In related news, LG is expected to release the K10 (2017) as the LG K20 Plus in the US, which would be carried by T-Mobile.