LG K31s might have been spotted on the US FCC certification web site and it implies the telephone will be a finances pleasant or entry level smartphone from the company. Although the FCC listing does not show the name of the telephone, a report factors out that this could be the LG K31s as the listing comes with model variety LG LM-K310lM. Since the LG K41s arrived with model variety LM-K410, it is believed that the telephone in the FCC listing is the LG K31s. The listing hints at some of the specifications that may possibly be current in the telephone.
LG K31s specifications (rumoured)
The illustrations or photos in the FCC listing show the rumoured LG K31s with a dual rear digicam set up with the digicam module put vertically on the best still left facet of the telephone. The flash is positioned under the cameras. On the extremely bottom of the again panel, the LG branding can be seen. The electric power and volume buttons seem to be to be on the suitable facet of the telephone with an supplemental button on the still left facet. A Micro-USB port can also be seen, along with the speaker grill on the bottom. On the best, there is a three.5mm headphone jack.
Further, the listing displays that the telephone will have dual-SIM assistance, a three,900mAh or 4,000mAh battery, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. The listing was filed by LG Electronics India, which implies this telephone will be introduced listed here as properly. It displays connectivity possibilities like two.4GHz Wi-Fi, LTE, and Bluetooth.
The FCC listing was spotted by MySmartPrice and Gadgets 360 was unable to independently verify it.
The report by MySmartPrice states the LG K31s will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 processor. Notably, this is the very same processor located in the LG K31 that is at this time available in the US and has not produced its way to the Indian market place. As of now, LG has not verified the existence of the LG K31s.
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