LG to announce its new mid-range smartphone K10 (2018) with LG Pay at CES 2018


LG is gearing up for its upcoming mid-range Android smartphone, LG K10 (2018) edition which is going to be unveiled at CES 2018. The Consumer Electronics Show is held at Las Vegas from the January month in the next year. Samsung and LG to announce their own mid-range smartphones including the LG K10 (2018) edition with added features compare to its original 2017 edition. 

LG is known as one of the most popular smartphone makers in the world with a number of different types of smartphones for everyone. LG’s K10 smartphone was released earlier this year with 2017 edition and now the company is redesigning the phone with an all new LG K10 (2018) edition. Samsung is also upgrading its A series smartphones, so we could see a number of popular devices with their respective new editions in the market.

Samsung devices are not coming up with their own Samsung Pay money transactions app. LG is going to offer the same on the upcoming LG K10 (2018) smartphone with company’s own money transaction service called LG Pay. Yes, LG K10 (2018) to feature LG Pay.

As per some online sources, the company will make its LG Pay service available to all the upcoming mid-range smartphones. The confirmation regarding the availability of LG Pay service to LG K10 (2018) edition came from South Korea where they have reported regarding the same and the LG K10 (2018) will be the first mid-range LG device to feature this LG Pay service.

LG Electronics has announced this mobile payment service, LG Pay along with the LG G6 smartphone in South Korea in this current year in June month. Since the launch, we haven’t seen the service to any other devices. But now, the company is aiming to provide this LG Pay service to more devices. So we would see the LG Pay service to more mid-range LG devices in the future. LG G6 was the first smartphone from LG to feature the mobile payment gateway service, LG Pay.

If we talk more about this service, LG Pay is based on Wireless Magnetic Communication technology while Samsung is using its own Magnetic Secure Transmission technology. The LG Pay will act like a teller machine which transfer the money instantly from one device to other using the LG Pay gateway. In order to start using this service, first you have to setup the LG Pay service on your device by adding proper information such as your account details and your name etc. So you can easily make easy transaction from your account to other’s account and vice versa.

LG Pay service is currently available on company’s premium smartphones with LG’s V and G series smartphones. The service is now available to more devices as LG is going to announce the same service to mid-range smartphones starting with LG K10 (2018).

As far as the specifications of this phone are concerned, the LG K10 (2018) smartphone to sport a 5.3 inch full HD display with 1080 x 1920 pixel of screen resolution. The phone is expected to be powered by 1.2GHz quad-core processor and will feature 3GB RAM and 32GB of Memory Storage.

The device to offers a 13 Megapixel of rear camera as the Primary camera and a 5 Megapixel of selfie shooter camera to capture the selfies and to make video calls through the camera. The phone has a 3,000 mAh of battery capacity.

Apart from this phone, the company may also come up with some more mid-range devices in the coming year which would support the LG’s Pay mobile payment service. So get yourself ready to use the all new LG Pay mobile payment service on more LG devices from the next year.

Additionally, LG’s high-end premium device, LG G6+ unlocked variant is now available with great discount on Amazon. You should make a quick move to purchase this phone if you are eying on a premium LG device to buy.

What’s your take on this? Are you exciting enough for the LG K10 (2018) smartphone? What’s your take on this new LG Pay Mobile Payment service? Do share your thoughts and opinions in front of us. Meanwhile, if you have anything more to share, drop us into the comments section given below this post. For more updates, stay tuned with us!