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LG K52 is coming soon with quad-camera setup, check other key features

LG is working on a new budget smartphone with four rear cameras. Called K52, the phone also features a punch-hole camera on the front. Here is what you need to know about the phone. 

LG K52 details leaked
LG K52 details leaked

LG is working on a new smartphone under its K-series. Called LG K52, key details of the smartphone have leaked online, courtesy leakster Evan Blass.

Blass has posted what appears to be the official renders of the upcoming phone. The upcoming LG phone is seen sporting a square camera module on the back. The module also houses three camera sensors and a longer LED flash sitting horizontally.

On the front, it has a punch-hole camera at the top centre. The cut-out appears slightly larger than what you’ve seen on some of the premium smartphones.

According to Blass, the LG K52 will feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone will be available in blue and white colour options.

Other details of the phone are not known yet. The smartphone, however, made an early appearance on GCF certification. It has also been spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance and US’ FCC, reports GSMArena.

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There is no word on whether the phone will be available in India.

First look at LG K52
First look at LG K52 (LG)

That said, LG’s new phone will follow the K31 which launched last month. Priced at $150 ( 11,000 approximately), the phone comes with a 5.7-inch HD+ LCD display with a dewdrop-like notch.

The budget smartphone has two rear cameras featuring 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensors. It runs on Helio P22 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage.

It is powered by a 3,000mAh battery and has a dedicated fingerprint sensor on the back. There is also a dedicated button to launch Google Assistant. Other key features include microSD card support, headphone jack, and Android 10-based LG UX.

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