LG refreshed its midrange phones at Mobile World Congress this year. And while we were all distracted with its flashy flagship devices this week, one of those affordable phones — the K30 — became available at T-Mobile. It’s a rebranded K10, which LG announced in February this year. It features a 5.3-inch HD display, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and a 2,880mAh battery. T-Mobile doesn’t even list the phone’s RAM (likely 2GB) or processor model, so that’s a great sign. And it’s also probably still running Android Marshmallow. On the bright side, the phone charges over USB-C. Good job, LG. The K30 costs $225, or $9 per month for two years.
The rest of the update K-series phones will likely stay abroad. But with that said, if you’re thinking about higher-end LG devices, the company just introduced its new G7 ThinQ, as well as its V30S ThinQ earlier this year. These phones should be available soon.