LG launched the K52 last month for the European, Asian, Latin American and Middle Eastern markets. The company is now bringing the smartphone to the domestic market, albeit under a different name. It will reportedly be called the LG Q52 in South Korea. A series of practical photos have been leaked suggesting the similarity between the specifications of the Q52 and K52.
Following the leaked images, the LG Q52 could be equipped with a four-camera setup, which includes a 48MP main camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth-sensing camera. MP. The triple LED flash also has the same design as that of LG K52. For selfies, there’s a 13MP selfie camera on the punch-hole display. The smartphone has a 6.6-inch LCD with 720p resolution.
The LG Q52 could be powered by a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded using a microSD card. The smartphone will contain a 4000mAh battery under the hood, but it is not yet confirmed whether there will be a fast charge on this. The smartphone design also looks exactly the same where you have the fingerprint sensor mounted on the power button on the left side. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the LG Q52.
For the price, the LG K52 costs 200 euros in Germany, which should mean it will cost around KRW 268,000. But according to some local reports, the LG Q52 could cost KRW 300,000 in the company’s home market. This is an increased price, but why LG should do it for its home market seems a little surprising. LG may sweeten the deal with some freebies, but we’re not sure until the LG Q52 makes its official appearance on the markets.
LG Q52 could be powered by a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset and come with four cameras.
- LG Q52 may be in the works and is a rebranded version of K52.
- It will have a four-camera setup on the back, for leaks.
- LG may end up putting a KRW 300,000 price tag on the Q52 for South Korea.