LG has added another smartphone to its South African roster in 2018. It’s called the LG K11, and it’s the refreshed version of the mid-range K10 which debuted last year.
On the surface, the metal-body phone borrows a few features from the older LG G6. This includes the 13MP phase detection autofocus-enabled rear snapper and 8MP front facing camera.
Internally, it’s not very exciting. LG employs a octa-core Mediatek chipset, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There’s also a 3000mAh battery powering the phone.
Up front, there’s a 5.3 inch 1280×720 screen with a 16:9 ratio, and a fingerprint reader can be found at the rear.
Strangely, the phone ships with Android 7.1.2 Nougat, and not 8.0 Oreo or the just-released 9.0 Pie.
The LG K11 is available at the time of writing for R3899.
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