Just few days to January LG is expected to unveil several Android smartphones in early January at CES 2017 trade fair. Many K series phones will be announced next month, and some of them will be picked up by carriers in the United States.
T-Mobile is one of the network operators in the US that will offer at least one of the smartphones that LG will reveal at CES 2017. According to Evan Blass, the LG K10 (2017) will be available at T-Mobile next year.
However, the Un-carrier will release LG's mid-range smartphones under a different name: LG K20 Plus. No details about the phone's launch date and price have been leaked yet, but we will certainly learn more in less than a month.
Thankfully, we do know a couple of things about the LG K10 (2017), or LG K20 Plus as T-Mobile likes to call it. For starters, the smartphone is said to sport a 5.3-inch display that supports HD (720p) resolution.
Also, the K10 (2017) comes with a 5-megapixel wide-angle camera in the front. The smartphone is likely to feature a fingerprint scanner, as well as 2.5D curved glass coating on both front and back.
Two other LG smartphones will be unveiled at CES 2017
That's about all we know about the LG K10 (2017) so far, and judging by these specs, it's probably not going to be the best smartphone unveiled by the South Korean company at CES in early January.
Speaking of which, rumor has it that two other smartphones that are not part of the K series will be unveiled alongside the K10 (2017). The first one is the LG X calibur, while the second one will be launched on the market as LG Stylo 3 Plus.
Besides their names, no other details are known about these two unannounced smartphones, but we can safely assume that they will both be available in the United States at some point next year.