LG W10 Leaked Image hints Triple Rear Cameras & Rear Mounted Fingerprint sensor

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LG has been teasing from last couple of days to launch its W-series smartphones in India, on Amazon. According to some rumors, it is reported that LG will be launching three smartphone under its W-series. Till now there is no words from the company on the handset major highlights.

According to some reports it is being claimed that the LG will launch LG W10 and along with this handset the company will also launch LG W20 and LG W30 smartphone. Recently a new live image also been spotted online which is being claimed to be LG W10 which reveals the rear panel design and some of its key features. According to that the smartphone will have a dual rear camera on the back and a rear mounted fingerprint sensor. The handset has a LG branding at the bottom and the handset also has a 3.5mm audio jack.

This new device rumoured to be priced around INR 15,000. If this handset launch in India at this price segment then the company might be planning to compete the Redmi Note 7 Pro and Realme 3 Pro handset which also priced in that segment.

A new leak has also showed the front panel of the smartphone, and from front the handset seems to have a waterdrop notch display design. Apart from this, a teaser on Amazon India website also revealed the single front facing camera. In the teaser LG said “ AL-enabled triple rear Cameras bring to you the Power of 3 lenses to maximize your photography experience with normal, front camera selfie, Night Mode, Portrait, Bokeh and Wide Angle image capabilities.”

Stay tuned with us to get more updates on upcoming LG W10, W20, W30 smartphones.

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