After officially launching the revolutionary LG Wing, the company once again managed to gain some prominence in the world of smartphones. We all hoped that they would take this opportunity to impress their fans in the other segments as well, but it seems that they decided to let the opportunity pass by.
The LG Q52 has now been officially unveiled as the latest addition to the manufacturer’s mid-range smartphone portfolio. Although its specifications are relatively interesting, it is clearly the idea that LG could have put hardware much more appealing inside, or practice a more affordable price.
The Q52 was officially presented in South Korea, where it will hit stores with a price of around € 245. As you can see, this is a totally unjustifiable price for the specifications it presents.
LG Q52 specifications
- 6.6 “inch IPS LCD screen with HD + resolution
- MediaTek Helio P35 processor
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB of internal memory, expandable via microSD card
- Four rear cameras: 48MP + 8MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (macro) + 2MP (depth)
- 13 megapixel front camera
- Side fingerprint reader
- 4,000mAh battery
- Android 10
Apart from the presence of a main sensor of 48 megapixels, it is quite evident that the LG Q52 should have much more advanced hardware. Positioning itself in the € 250 price segment, you would expect at least one LCD panel with Full HD + resolution, a Qualcomm processor and at least a combination of 6GB + 128GB of RAM and storage.
Clearly, LG again made a poor decision when launching its mid-range smartphones. This is a very complicated segment for the brand, and everything indicates that it will continue to do so in the near future.
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