LAS VEGAS – Electronics maker LG unveiled a new series of mid-range phones at CES 2016 Wednesday.
The series of K-line phones marks an upgrade from the company’s previous mid-range phones, and includes the K7 and K10 devices.
An LG representative said Wednesday the goal of the updated devices is to try to get higher-end experiences into mid-range phones.
The K7 and K10 both have a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The K7 also has a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, while the U.S. version of the K10 has an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera. The Korean version of the K10 features a 13mp rear-facing camera.
The K10 also features an accessory case that flips closed to protect the phone screen while still allowing users to see the date, time and any incoming calls.
The K7 comes standard with 8GB of storage while the K10 comes with 16 GB of storage. Storage on both devices can be expanded up to 32 GB.
Details about pricing and availability were not immediately available Wednesday, but an LG representative confirmed that
the devices will be carried by Boost Mobile and Metro PCS.