The manufacturer LG presented on Tuesday (14) a new phone for the South Korean market. However, different from modern launches, such as the future LG Velvet, or full of features, in the style of the LG V60 ThinQ 5G, a much simpler device and for occasional uses.
The LG Folder 2 is a traditional flip phone – that is, with a small screen on the top half and a physical numeric keypad on the bottom. It weighs only 127 grams and has basic connectivity, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 4G, far from presenting elite technical specifications.
Screen: 2.8 “QVGA
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 210
RAM: 1 GB
Internal storage: 8 GB
Camera: 2 MP
Battery: 1,470 mAh
The idea of Folder 2 is to be a security accessory for markets where flip phones still have a market. And it is full of protection features: next to the device’s only camera, there is a “help button” that makes an automatic and immediate call to a pre-registered contact, in addition to sending your location via text message.
Above the call button, there is also a customizable shortcut key that allows you to use a voice service or record the call.
The device also has a feature that prevents charging undue data consumption.
The LG Folder 2 must be exclusive to the South Korean market. Available in white and silver colors, the model will be sold from Friday (17) for KRW 198,000 – about R $ 825 in direct currency conversion.