You may remember the LG Class, a handset that was launched two months ago, before the V10 it was the first smartphone the company ever made with metal. The result was a stellar looking product that came at a high cost considering its relatively modest specs. After is Asia debut, the LG Class is now launching in Europe, where it will be called the LG Zero.
What the Zero will ask of consumers is, do they want excellent aesthetics or higher end specs? Casual users will probably choose the former, but enthusiasts would probably prefer quality specs. Either way, there is no doubt that the LG Zero is a sexy piece of kit. Its specs are a bit more underwhelming though, especially in a $300-$400 price band that is becoming busy with excellent smartphones.
The Zero gets a 5-inch screen with a 720p resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 412, 2GB of RAM, LTE connectivity, NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, 16GB of internal storage, a micro SD card slot, 2050 mAh battery, 13 megapixel rear camera, and an 8 megapixel front facing lens.
In Europe the LG Zero will retail for 300 Euros, while there have been reports that the device is also bound for the United States, where it will be carried by AT&T.