LG announced a couple new affordable handset this week. One of them was the LG G4c, a device that assimilates the Korean manufacturer’s flagship phone, but comes with a lower price, more modest specs and a compact body.
We are in Berlin taking a look at this phone and couldn’t wait to share our first impressions with you. Let’s jump right into the nitty gritty!
LG G4c specs
- Android 5.0 Lollipop
- 5.0-inch 1280x720p IPS LCD display
- 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor
- 1 GB of RAM
- 8 GB of internal storage
- 8 MP rear-facing camera
- 5 MP front-facing camera
- 2540 mAh battery
- 139.7 x 69.8 x 10.2 mm
- 136 grams
On the outside, the phone looks very similar to the flagship device it shares its name with – the LG G4. It’s pretty much a smaller version, but things get much more different when you start using the device more, or looking at its specs list.
This phone is pretty much a compact, affordable version of its high-end counterpart. Performance is good for casual use and light gaming, but it won’t take you far on graphic-intensive apps. Multi-tasking is a bit limited with only 1 GB of RAM on board. Also, the cameras are pretty average.
The phone does come with a 2540 mAh battery, though, which should be pretty good for a device with these specs and a 720p screen. Other than that, the phone does look and feel great, just like all other recent LG smartphones.
The real decision factor here will be the price, which we don’t know anything about right now.