It is not unusual for smartphone makers to launch a device in one market and then go on to rebrand the device after which they launch it in another market, even under a different name. This is the path that LG has chosen to take on its LG Zero device which was formerly launched in South Korean markets but has now been repackaged as the LG Class which is seen in Europe.
The LG Zero / LG Class is not an high end smartphone but can be seen in the mid range category. If you don’t believe us, the specifications would speak for themselves as the 5 inch device gets its rundown now.
The screen resolution is set at 720 x 1280 and uses a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 401 processor. In an age where we are used to octa-cores and 801 – 810 processors from Qualcomm, this is coming rather low.
Featuring the Android Lollipop 5.1 version and offering support for LTE, the LG Class has a front to rear camera ration of 8MP to 13MP and an internal storage space of 16GB which can be expanded as seen fit. A 2050mAh of battery keeps your affairs up and running and a 2GB of RAM is what you get.
LG has taken a cue from others and broken out of its norm by making this device of aluminum metal build and it comes in at a price of €299. For now, it sells in Italy only.
Source : LG Italy