LG has 6 new smartphones ready to debut during CES 2017

LG is set for a huge CES 2017 with 6 smartphones to be unveiled during the show.

Published Wed, Dec 14 2016 11:05 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:57 AM CST

LG is set to throw a huge CES 2017 this year, with no less than 6 new smartphones to be unveiled at the show - and then we'll reportedly see a high-end flagship handset unveiled during Mobile World Congress the month after.

LG has 6 new smartphones ready to debut during CES 2017 | TweakTown.com

LG will be pre-announcing their new smartphones before CES, with the K-series handsets shipping in the middle of January. The Stylus 3 will ship in mid-February, the X calibur shipping in mid-March, and the X power 2 towards the end of April.

As for the new smartphones to be unveiled, here's what to expect:

  • LG K3: 4.5-inch display with 5MP rear and 2MP front-facing camera; 2100mAh battery.
  • LG K4: 4.7-inch display with 8MP rear and 5MP front-facing camera: 2500mAh battery.
  • LG K8: 5.0-inch HD display with 13MP rear and 5MP front-facing camera: 2500mAh battery.
  • LG K10: 5.3-inch HD display with 2.5D glass at the front and back, 5MP wide-angle, front-facing selfie cam, and fingerprint reader.
  • LG X-Power 2 (expected to be announced at MWC 2017): 5.5-inch HD display with a humongous 4500mAh battery. A 13MP rear camera will be present coupled with a wide-angle 5MP front-facing selfie shooter.
  • LG X-Calibur: This smartphone will receive the IP68 certification, making it highly water and dust resistant. LG also plans to make this device extremely durable, along with housing a large 4,100mAh cell.
  • LG Stylus 3: This smartphone will pack a nice 5.7-inch display coupled with 32GB ROM. It will also feature a stylus, and we can assume that it will sport its own custom functions while the pen is in action. In addition, the smartphone will have a 3,200mAh battery, and sport a combination of 13MP and 5MP rear and front cameras respectively.

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