Even if we’re talking about some low-end phones here, we give LG credit for at least dignifying them with comparatively nicer looks. We had our hands on the K7 and K10 back at CES 2016, but as it turns out, those two phones are going to be part of a series of five.

We don’t know any real details on the cost-value limbo game these phones play, especially with that LG K4. But we do know that the backs of that phone, along with the K5 and K8, will get the same kind of pearlescent-finished, woven-back patterns as seen on the K7 and K10.

By the way, “specifications may vary depending on region.” We also assume select phones will make their ways to select markets, so we’re probably not going to see all five in one place.

Source: LG
Via: GSMArena

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