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LG’s Mid-Tier K10 Lands At Australian Retailers

LG’s ultra-affordable K10 smartphone is available in Australian retailers as of today.

The $299 handset features a 5.3-inch HD In-cell Touch Display, along with a 13MP rear-mounted camera and a 5MP front-facing one.

Powered by Android 6.0, the K10 also touts a glossy pebble look and a back cover designed for optimal grip.

According to Gino Casha, General Manager of Mobile Communications for LG Australia and New Zealand, “The LG K10 was designed specifically for consumers that want some of the premium and advanced features without the premium price tag.”

“We think the LG K10 has a real place in the market for this reason.”

Specifically, LG are hoping the phone will catch on among younger audiences with the device’s Gesture Shot and Gesture Interval Shot functions set to make selfies easier than ever – even when lighting conditions aren’t on your side.

The K10 can be found in JB HiFi and Big W stores nationwide for an RRP of $299.

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