LG announces its new entry-level phone, the Q51, with a military durability standard. The phone, which does not increase the expectations in terms of technical features, promises to satisfy the users in terms of durability.
South Korean technology giant LG is currently busy with new smartphone models. The company, which has announced several new models in the past days, has now introduced the new entry-level phone model called “Q51” to consumers. Just like the recently announced phones, the Q51 is a device with military durability standards.
LG’s new smartphone, which has the “MIL-STD-810G” certificate, comes with a triple camera setup. The phone, which has very large frames in terms of screen, does not have a very modern design. However, the main claim of the phone is not at this point anyway.
Introducing the LG Q51
With a 6.5-inch screen size, the LG Q51 offers consumers HD + resolution. The phone, powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 processor, is also supported with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. We can say that this storage area is low in today’s standards, but the microSD support of Q51 will make consumers comfortable about storage.
The notch on the screen of the LG Q51 includes a 13 MP resolution front camera. When we look at the back of the phone, we encounter the main camera offering 13 MP resolution, ultra wide angle camera offering 5 MP resolution and depth sensor offering 2 MP resolution. Although the camera setup of the phone does not promise very important work, DTS: X 7.1 channel audio technology shows that the Q51 will provide an amazing sound experience.
LG Q51 specifications
Screen: 6.5 inch, HD +
Processor: MediaTek Helio P22
RAM: 3 GB
Storage: 32 GB
Rear Camera: 13 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP
Front Camera: 13 MP
Battery: 4,000 mAh
LG Q51 Price
Announced with all these features, the price of the LG Q51 is set at $ 260 . LG officials say their new phones will be on sale as of February 26. Whether or not the phone will be sold outside the South Korean market remains unclear for now.