LG's mid-range Q60, K50 and K40 phones at MWC focus on AI
Along with a brand new flagship phone in its first-ever 5G device, LG also introduced a trio of midrange phones to the world at MWC 2019.
The LG Q60, K50, and K40 feature high-end displays and focus on artificial intelligence.
All three will also have an AI feature called AI CAM Which helps the camera recognize the object that's in front of it, humans, pets and food, for example, and adjust its settings accordingly.
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Also has a fingerprint sensor and support for 2G, 3G and and LT networks.
What really sets the three phones apart from one another the most is their camera setups.
The Q60 features three rear facing cameras.
The K50 has two and the K40, one.
The Q60 and K50 both incorporate 16 and 13 megapixel cameras, while the K40 is just 8 megapixels.
LG didn't reveal launch dates or prices for the three phones at this stage.
that will be revealed on a country by country basis at a later date.
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