LG you can launch your first Android One , following in the wake of other manufacturers such as Xiaomi, with its Xiaomi Mi A1 , or BQ, with its BQ Aquaris X2 and X2 Pro . The information of a new phone of the Korean brand that would work with the fashionable operating system, focused on the mid-range terminals, has just appeared in XDA Developers.
At the moment it seems that we are talking about a terminal that would be exclusive to the US operator T-Mobile and has been discovered by the members of XDA Developers when you start to analyze the source code of the new LG Stylo 4. interestingly the inside of this LG mobile It showed the evidence of an unknown smartphone equipped with Android One. In addition, some of the specifications of this possible smartphone are already known, which could be an American version of the LG Q7 .
Features of the first LG with Android One
Although at first it looks like a telephone intended for the American market, we should not be surprised if the brand decides to market the first mobile phone with Android One in Europe, because it seems that it is an operative system that is counted on the favor of the users, as well as they reveal the excellent sales of the mobiles mentioned at the beginning of these lines.
As we say, the specifications of the mobile are, really, very similar to those of the new LG Q7 :
- CPU: Snapdragon 450 32-bit
- RAM memory: 2 or 3 GB
- Display: 5.5 “FHD + LCD (1.808 x 2.160 pixels) with 18: 9 display format
- Audio: Hi-Fi ES9218P audio DAC
- Battery: 3,000 mAh with quick charge support Quick Charge 3.0
- Connectivity: NFC, USB-C
- Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo (Android One)
- Others: Notification LED, FM radio, splash protection.
This would not be the first model with Android One of a manufacturer that is commercialized in American lands, because a few days ago the HTC U11 Life was put on sale with the aforementioned operating system on board. At the moment there are no more details of the mobile but it is more than likely that its launch occurs before the beginning of July. So we hope to have more information about their characteristics as well as their possible distribution outside the United States.