The LG K62 in Australia was released on September 24, 2020. The phone comes with a 6.60-inch touchscreen and a 20: 9 aspect ratio. A 2.3 octa-core processor powers the LG K62. GHz. It comes with 4 GB of RAM. The LG K62 runs Android 10 and is powered by a 4000mAh battery. Here you will find some of the stores where you can place your order at the best price.
Price and Availability
LG is adding more models to its K 2020 line of intermediary phones, and as always, it is the model of the medium that draws the most attention (it has already become a tradition). The LG K62 has the most balanced configurations among the three new products, and the same can be said of its price. LG K62's price in Australia is about 470 AUD. Here above, we have enlisted-in some of the stores from where you can buy these smartphones easily.
Operating System & Features
The device features MediaTek's Helio P35 processor + 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, 6.6-inch HD + screen, and quad camera, in an arrangement similar to that of the K51S. Still, with a few different details: the rear finish now is more sophisticated - with the application of matte polycarbonate, and the hole in the front camera this time is in the middle of the screen.
Camera - Storage - Battery
LG K62 features 4 back cameras with 48 megapixels of primary camera and 5 megapixels of a wide-angle camera. Simultaneously, the other cameras are of 2+2 megapixels of depth and macro camera lens, respectively. Whereas in terms of storage, the phone, this smartphone is available in two different storage plans. The first variant comes with the storage of 64 Gb with the ram of 4 GB, while the second variant comes along with the same amount of Ram 4 Gb and the storage of 128 GB.
Furthermore, you can also extend the storage of the phone using the SD card. To keep the phone running, LG uses a battery of 4000mAH that can help the smartphone run up to 2 days on a full charge.
Attractive Design & Display
The smartphone is equipped with a 6.6 inches’ screen, whereas the model's screen is, unfortunately, HD +, not Full HD +, but that is both good and bad at the same time. It isn't good because you lose the content definition, but it is good because you win in processing.