South Korean electronics giant LG presented a new budget smartphone with three camera lenses on Thursday: the K50 S.
The main camera lens of 13 megapixels has been supplemented with a 5 megapixel camera lens for wide-angle photos and a third camera with depth sensor. This should make it possible to create a depth of field effect.
The device also has a screen of 6.5 inches with a small notch at the top for the selfie camera of 13 megapixels.
The smartphone has 3 GB of memory and 32 GB storage capacity, which can be expanded to 2 TB via microSD. Furthermore, the device is equipped with a battery of 4,000 mAh.
The K50 S does not have a chip to connect to the 4G network, but it does have a LTE (also known as 3.9G, the last one on 4G).
The LG K50 S runs on Android 9 and is available in the Netherlands in October for 199 euros.