LG K10 and LG K7 hands-on: LG at CES 2016

LG at CES 2016

GSMArena team, 7 January, 2015.

Introduction

This year the CES expo in Las Vegas is mostly about HDR TVs and smart appliances (fridges, washing machines) rather than smartphones and slates. LG is among the few manufacturers to bring new mobile gadgets - the LG K10 and LG K7.

The K series is the successor of the popular L series, which reached third generation last year and became pretty hard to differentiate. So we applaud LG for the decision to build a new lineup instead of piling up messy model numbers.

CES2016 LG review

The K10 and K7 are textbook mid-gangers, though both have borrowed some of the features of the premium G- and V-series devices, mostly on the exterior.

Both LG K10 and K7 run on Android Lollipop (no Marshmallow), but hopefully LG has some update plans in store.

Reader comments

  • Stretch

I reset my phone and it is now asking for a pin to unlock it can anyone help me please

  • Rhona

Verry poor data connection

  • K7 User

This phone is basically a piece of poop. The keyboard is made for girls, kids and 85 pound person skinny fingers. It has relatively very little space. The rear camera seems like 5 megapixels and the front is like 1 megapixel and warps how images l...