LG introduces its latest mid-range device, the LG K8, a smartphone that has features and characteristics typical of Android phones with more capable design available today. The K8 tries to emulate the top end of the market, with a unique quality of construction, and the presence of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which continues to grow among the new gadgets against the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system in 2016.
The LG K8 also has good technical specifications: Mediatek MT6735 chipset with a quad-core frequency of 1.3 GHz, plus 1.5 GB of RAM to perform most daily operations smoothly. Includes 8 GB storage, expandable via microSD up to 32 GB, and from the point of view of the image, the LG K8 has a more than acceptable screen size (5 inches with HD resolution).
But the centerpiece of the LG K8 focuses on the ability to use 4G LTE networks, which automatically provides a particularly high rate of online data transfer, useful if used, especially the data connection. However, one should not underestimate the Wi-Fi, faster and direct functions for interactive module, and recognition of the NFC if you make fast and secure micropayments.
The new device of the Korean company incorporates a rear 8-megapixel camera and a front camera of 5 megapixels, a good choice in the case of selfies and panoramic shots that are to be shared through your social networks. The K8 is also protected by a case made of plastic, which is capable of generating the perfect feeling of a metal body, with optimum grip in every daily situation.
Therefore, the LG K8 is a compelling Android smartphone, despite being at the height of the lowest devices midrange (especially compared to the new device Moto G4 manufactured by Lenovo and Motorola), perfect for everyday simple tasks, and reliable for processing particularly demanding, prominent at the top of the market, and applications will not leave you unsatisfied.