LG Mobile seems to be back on track as its new W series is getting great attention from Indian smartphone lovers. We can imagine the craze for W series knowing the fact that both W10 and W30 were sold out in a matter of minutes on Amazon India during July 3rd and July 10th sales.
To repeat the success of these phones, LG is back with a limited edition Aurora Green variant of W30 with the upcoming sale On Amazon Prime Day on 15th-16th July. What makes this phone different from other models is its eye-catching design which looks really stylish. Here, take a look at this beautiful-looking Aurora Green variant:
Along with the looks, the phone comes with some really interesting features like having the ability to customise the shape of the notch. Yes, it gives you 3 different notch styles to choose from. Also, W Series is already getting praises about the Triple camera feature, we can only expect a better response.
In addition to having an octa-core Helio P22 chipset, the LG W Series provides you an Android experience with some amazing features because it doesn’t support LG UX which is available in LG’s flagship phones instead, LG W30 offers a clean and vanilla Android 9 Pie experience. One can enjoy the above-written features throughout the day because the phone comes with a huge 4,000mAh battery.
LG is offering all these things at a “Pocket-worthy Price Tag,” which makes it perfect for the Indian market.
Overall, on can say that LG W Series has powerful and feature-rich budget smartphones and like the previous 2 phones, W30 Aurora Green version is expected to go sold-out within minutes during the Amazon Prime Day sale on 15th-16th July. Because, On Prime Day, Amazon Prime members will get 10% instant discount with HDFC Bank Debit & Credit Cards, unlimited reward points with Amazon Pay, No Cost EMI on credit/debit cards and Bajaj Finserv EMI cards.
Not only this, it is expected that we can see the launch of a new LG W30 smartphone with the Snapdragon SOC early next month as per some unverified sources.
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