Aristo 5: LG released a new budget smartphone on Android 10 for $160
LG has expanded its range of branded smartphones by introducing a new entry-level model called the Aristo 5. Features of the budget device are a dual camera with wide-angle optics, the current version of Android, and an energy-efficient eight-core MediaTek processor.
LG Aristo 5 is equipped with a 5.7-inch display with HD + resolution (1520x720 pixels) and a teardrop-shaped cutout, in the area of which is located a 5-megapixel sensor of the selfie module. MediaTek Helio P22 OCTA-core processor that supports 2 GB of RAM is responsible for the performance of the new product. The built-in storage capacity of the model is 32 GB. The manufacturer chose Android 10 as the operating system.
On the back cover of the device is a horizontal block of the main camera, represented by sensors with a resolution of 13 (main) and 5 MP (wide-angle lens). Below is a fingerprint scanner for unlocking the device. The built-in 3000 mAh battery is charged and connected to a PC using the Micro-USB port on the lower end of the case.
LG Aristo 5 has already gone on sale in the US for $160.