LG will launch several smartphones this year, and as such, one of the first of the smartphones that will get launched this year recently received FCC certification.
The upcoming LG smartphone with the model number LMK735MM has is the one to receive the certificate. The same smartphone bearing the same model number, the LMK735, first had appeared on a website that is essentially an upgrade service for all Boost mobile phones.
The mysterious smartphone has a very high chance of being the excited LG K73 2021, mentioned one source. The LG K73 is expected to feature a 6.8-inch IPS LCD Display screen that provides 1080 x 2460 pixels.
The smartphone is supposed to run on the Mediatek MT6765 Helio P35 (12nm) Chipset. The smartphone is also believed to sport a triple camera setup on its back consisting of a 48MP main camera, one 5MP primary shooter, and another 5 MP lens. As for the selfie camera, it is of 32 MP.
The smartphone is supposed to sport 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. Moreover, the LG K73 2021 is expected to run on a 4000 mAh battery.
According to the FCC documents under FCC ID ZNFK735MM, the upcoming LG smartphone has at least two model variants: the LMK735MM for Metro and LMK735PP Sprint or Boost mobile.
The LG LMK730MM supports GSM 850/1900, UMTS 850, 1750, 1900, and LTE Bands 2/4/5/12/13/25/26/41/66/71. Furthermore, the phone also supports Volte and VoWiFi.
In 2021, LG is rumored to launch at least SIX K series smartphones, namely, the LG K33, LG K43, LG 53, LG K63, LG K73, and LG K83. Interestingly, the company has also considered leaving the smartphone market in 2021 and has considered moving 60% of its employees to other company units.