LG's Financial Plan K30 Phone comes to T-Mobile in the US

LG revived its mid-range telephones at Mobile World Congress this year. And keeping in mind that we were altogether occupied with its ostentatious leader gadgets this week, one of those moderate telephones — the K30 — wound up accessible at T-Mobile. It’s a re-branded K10, which LG announced in February this year. It features a 5.3-inch HD display, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 2,880mAh battery. T-Mobile doesn’t even list the phone’s RAM (likely 2GB) or processor model, so that’s a great sign. It’s running Android 7.1 Nougat, unlike the K10, which runs Marshmallow, according to XDA-Developers and T-Mobile.  
"Updated to account for XDA-Developers’ reporting that indicates that the phone might not ship with USB-C. Also corrected to say that the phone runs Android Nougat, not Marshmallow".
LG's Financial Plan K30 Phone comes to T-Mobile in the US

Now, T-Mobile says the phone charges over USB-C on its website, but XDA-Developers says that’s wrong and it actually uses Micro-USB. I want to believe USB-C is accurate, but my heart’s telling me it’s too good to be true. The K30 costs $225, or $9 per month for two years.

Whatever is left of the refresh K-series phones will probably remain abroad. Yet, all things considered, in case you're pondering higher-end LG devices, the company just presented its new G7 ThinQ, and additionally its V30S ThinQ prior this year. These telephones ought to be accessible soon.
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