LG has launched its new smartphone LG Folder 2 in the foldable market. This flip phone has a dual-screen and is an upgraded version of the company’s LG Folder. If we talk about flip phones then Motorola Razr and Samsung Z Flip are present in the market. But they have been given high-end features. While LG Folder 2 has been launched with entry-level features, the price is very low. The smartphone has been launched in South Korea at present and the company has not given any information about its launch in other countries.
LG Folder 2 Price:
Looking at the price of LG Folder 2, this flip phone in South Korea is 198,000 won, i.e., about Rs 12,405. The dual-screen smartphone with entry-level features will start from April 17 in South Korea. It is available in platinum grey and white color variants.
LG Folder 2 specifications:
LG Folder 2 has a dual-screen. The phone has a 2.8-inch QVGA main screen. While turning, it has a 0.9-inch mono front screen. On folding, users can check text messages, calls, time, battery life and signal status in its secondary screen. The phone works on a 1.1 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor. It has Adreno 304 GPU for graphics.
Talking about other features, LG Folder 2 has been given 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory. Which users can expand up to 32GB with the help of a microSD card. It has a 2MP rear camera for photography. It also has a dedicated SOS key. Which is saved three times when quick clicking reaches the notification on the number.
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The phone has t9 keypad and it comes with hotkey button. Which users can activate with the help of AI voice. Also, when you press the hotkey button, you can ask questions like weather, date, time with the help of AI. The phone also has a data security feature. This phone works on Android OS. It has been given a battery of 1470mAh for power backup. As for connectivity features, it has features like 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
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