LG just unveiled the LG F60 – an LTE-enabled mid-range handset. It features a zippy quad-core processor and runs Android 4. 4. 2 KitKat spiced up with LG's proprietary Knock code and Gesture Shot.
The phone incorporates a 4. 5 " IPS screen with all the disappointing WVGA resolution (207ppi). Still, a Snapdragon chipset which has a quad-core 1. 2GHz processor and 1GB RAM should keep it smooth, especially on KitKat. Knock Code adds a fast, relatively secure lockscreen. The built-in storage is supplied in 4GB and 8GB options (no word yet on whether that is expandable).
The LG F60 packs a 5MP main camera along with a 1. 3MP front-facing camera. Gesture shot makes selfies easier – you only have a fist to line up and open you to begin a 3-second countdown. if you are night mode, the display will glow white to function a front-facing flash.
Connectivity is around date with 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4. 0 and A-GPS. There exists a 2, 100mAh battery to power the show. The F60 measures 127. 5 x 67. 9 x 10. 6mm and may are available in Black and White colors (availability may vary by market). The LG F60 is essentially an LTE-enabled version from the recent LG L Fino which has a slight camera downgrade.