The LG K50S has three rear cameras: a 13-megapixel with phase detection auto focus (PDAF), a 5-megapixel for super wide angle and a 2-megapixel lens with depth sensor, which creates a clearer separation between a subject and the background for portraits. The K50S also has a 6.5-inch FullVision display.
LG K40S has two rear cameras: a 13-megapixel lens with PDAF and a 5-megapixel super wide angle. These are the first K series phones to offer super wide angle, which is useful for large group photos and landscapes. The K40S boasts a 6.1-inch HD+ screen.
Both phones feature DTS:X 3D surround sound for more realistic audio. They also come with "optimized batteries" that offer a long lasting charge, according to a press release.
The new K series will be available starting in October in Europe, Latin America and Asia. It'll come in two colors: New Aurora Black and New Moroccan Blue.
Prices weren't disclosed in the release, though the devices were described as "attractively priced smartphones."