LG Announces a New Mid-Range Smartphone, Meet LG Ray
LG, one of the top smartphone makers in the world, just announced a mid-range Android smartphone. It’s called LG Ray and features a 5.5 inch display and a decent range of specs.
The display in question is using an IPS panel that supports a 720p resolution. In addition to that, we have an 8MP camera in front for all your selfie needs. Meanwhile, the camera in the back is 13 megapixel with 1080p video support.
Looking at the phone, it may remind you of the new LG G4 due to its shape and design.
To keep the lights on, you are provided with a 9.3mm thick and packs a fairly large 3,000mAh battery in LG Ray. Something that may bother many is LG Ray not having LTE, meaning only 3G is supported.
As for the OS, LG Ray comes with Android 5.1 Lollipop with Knock Code and Gesture Shot. Ray has MediaTek MT6592M that comes with octa-core processor. However, 1GB RAM isn’t enough and may cause issues when multi-tasking.
In Russia, users can pick-up LG Ray for RUB 15,000, that is roughly $232/€215. Keep in mind that prices are usually a little higher in Russia, so other regions may have cheaper price.
So what do you think of LG Ray?
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