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LG K30 Now Available in the US Under Different Names

The LG K30 as landed in U.S. shores. Right now, several different versions of LG's latest entry-level smartphone are available across carriers and prepaid brands.

For starters, Cricket Wireless is selling the device as the Escape Plus for $80. AT&T Prepaid is also selling the same device as the Arena 2 for $120. LG is also selling an unlocked model as the LG K30 2019 for $140.

A slightly higher-end model of the phone is also available. The only difference is that the higher-end model comes with a fingerprint reader and a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera instead of 8 megapixels. This device is also available under a different name.

On AT&T, it is known as the Prime 2, which is for sale at $120. T-Mobile also offers the device as the Aristo 4+ for $162.50. Although they are similar, these models also have some differences. The Prime 2 model comes with NFC support, while the Aristo 4+ includes dual-band Wi-Fi.

The other difference that is shown on the entry-level model and the higher-end device is the onboard memory. The entry-level device comes with 32GB, while the higher-end model has 16GB of storage.

Across the board, all versions come with a tall HD display, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot, 3,000mAh battery, and a dedicated Google Assistant button.

Source: PhoneArena  

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