The stylish mid-ranger with a metal body LG Class known as LG Zero is released in Italy
When the Korean manufacturer LG introduced its first smartphone “dressed” in a metal panel named LG Class in September, users were wondering when and where the handset will be released outside its home country. Fortunately we didn’t have to wait long to find out that the mid-ranger is making its way through the European markets. It was just released in Italy under the name LG Zero.
Other than the name, there isn’t anything new about the device. It sports an elegant and stylish metal chassis with dimensions 142 x 71.8 x 7.4 mm and 147 grams of weight. The screen of LG Zero is with 5-inches diagonal and a resolution of 720p and 2.5D glass. On the inside is found quad-core silicon clocked at 1.2GHz and paired with 2GB RAM. The chipset is Qualcomm Snapdragon 410.
On board are provided 16GB internal memory by default. It is accompanied by a slot for microSD cards that enables expansion of the storage. The software pre-installed on LG Zero is Android 5.1 Lollipop customized by the interface of LG. The cameras equipped with the handset are among its most impressive features. It boasts a 13MP primary rear camera with LED flash and autofocus and an 8MP secondary snapper on the front side. In terms of connectivity the LG Zero assures support for 3G, NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and 4G LTE. The battery of the new smartphone is a 2050mAh juice provider.
The retailers in Italy are offering the handset in silver and gold shells. It costs €299 unlocked. Rumors have it that the LG Class will land on the US markets as well, later this year. The rumored carrier that will offer the smartphone in the States is AT&T.
Source: LG Italy