After the launch of the LG K31 last month, the South Korean manufacturer is preparing to add a new member to its intermediate lineup of LG K smartphones. A probable successor to the K51S, the LG K52 had its images leaked by the famous leaker Evan Blass, published on his Patreon account, revealing the smartphone’s design, cameras, and more. Also Read - Best camera phones under Rs 35000 to buy in July 2021: Pixel 4a, Mi 11X, and more
LG K52 design details have been revealed
From what we see in the leaked images, the LG K52 smartphone will come featuring a punch-hole design to house the selfie camera, which is placed in the top center surrounded by a rather thick bezel. The LG K52 has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, while the rear shows that the new LG phone will be equipped with a square camera module. Also Read - Top gaming smartphones under Rs 30,000: Mi 11X, Realme X7 Max and more
There will be a quad-camera setup in the camera module, which is then accompanied by a large LED just below it. Its details are unknown. However, we should expect the recently fashionable combination of the primary sensor. Paired with a wide-angle lens, a depth sensor, and a macro camera. Apart from that, other details on the LG K52 specs are still scarce. But based on the render, it available in two color variants of Blue and White. Also Read - iPhone 14 details leak even before the launch of iPhone 13, to bring this crucial feature
Although the manufacturer has not confirmed the device’s existence. A mysterious LG smartphone registered under the code LM-K520EMW – which may be the K52, recently gained GCF certification. In addition, it was also seen listed by the Wi-Fi Alliance and the FCC website. While it doesn’t help much, the presence of these certifications signifies that the LG K52 can be launched soon.
The phone could come on the market with a polycarbonate body to keep the price low. It will run Android 10 out-of-the-box with custom LG UX UI. LG is also preparing more innovative smartphones. One of them is the Wing model that is part of the Explorer Project. The announcement of this phone is to take place later this month.