If you're looking for an inexpensive phone, LG has added four, yes four, new handsets to a series of mid range phones and they are all here at CES 2017.
These phones fold into the company's K family of handsets.
Includes this year's newest K10, K8, K4 and K3 phones.
The 5.3 inch K10 is the biggest and most advanced of the four.
It has an 8-core processor, a 13 megapixel camera and a fingerprint reader.
Then there's the KA and K4.
These guys are pretty familiar.
They both have a 5 inch display and a removable 2.5 amp per hour battery.
But the KA is slightly more advanced with a recent Android Nougat OS.
A better rear camera and twice the amount of built-in memory.
The smallest and the most pocketable of the four is the 4.5 inch K3.
It has a 4 core processor like the KA and K4, but it has a smaller battery, a 5 mega pixel camera and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
All these phones will hit retailers at different dates depending on the region.
No pricing has been announced.
The K8 will be the most expensive and the K3 will be the cheapest.
Whatever your budget is, if you're not looking to spend a lot, one of these four phones is probably going to hit your price range.
For more information and all our coverage of CS 2017, check out CNET.com.
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