A while after launching the LG V40 ThinQ, the South Korean giant is now planning to unveil LG W10 in India. Not only we’ve seen multiple leaks about the phone, but the company itself has also teased several key features of the same. That said, the company has now come with the confirmation with regards to India launch, scheduled for June 26.

Notably, the LG W10 being a budget smartphone is likely to be priced around Rs. 10,000 in the country. As for the design, the phone will bear a polycarbonate body with a glossy finish and will be available in Black, Green, and Blue colour options with gradient finish.

Besides the teasers on the company’s official website, the device has also gone live on Amazon via a microsite with a ‘Notify Me’ button. As per the teasers, the LG W10 will feature triple cameras at the back. LG claims these AI-assisted cameras to support a tonne of photography modes and features including night mode, portrait mode, bokeh mode, and ability to take wide-angle photos. This also confirms the presence of a wide-angle shooter on the phone.

Another feature of the phone will be its ability to change the notch shape. Following which, the users will be able to choose between a ‘U’ and ‘V-shaped’ notch or even entirely hide it with black bars on either side using the built-in options.LG W10

LG W10 Specs, Features (Expected)

If reports are to be believed, the LG W10 will sport a 6.2-inch IPS display with FHD+ resolution and 2.5D curved glass on top. The device will be powered by a 12nm octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz, likely to be sourced from MediaTek. GSM Arena believes it could be the MediaTek Helio P60. However, there is no confirmation on the same yet.

Moving further, the phone will reportedly bear 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It will be running on Android 9.0 Pie out of the box with the LG UX UI put on top. The phone is also tipped to be backed by a massive 4,000mAh battery.

The company has mentioned that it’ll be launching the first W-series smartphone with an aggressive price tag in India. Having said that, let’s wait for the launch to see what LG is actually cooking in for the Indian market. Stay tuned.