At the IMC 2017 event, LG in fact grabbed the all attentions by unveiling a new India exclusive device branded as LG K7i(i=India?). The device is set to debut in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs. 7,999 in coming days. Definitely, the affordable pricing exhibits the Indian nature of the device.
However, there is something special boarded by the K7i, that might make you feel more Indian. That is, the K7i features a first ever “Mosquito Away” technology to be assembled in a smartphone. You heard it right, this device gonna replace our traditional “mosquito repellent” machines soon from the households. Perhaps, Mosquito repellent machine manufacturers ought to beware the K7i and other smartphones that would follow the K7i model, as it may disrupt their business.
The Mosquito Away technology make use of the ultrasonic sound waves, which is believed to blow away the mosquitoes. The technique needs a specific hardware to produce the necessary ultrasonic frequency that is unbearable for mosquitoes. And in LG K7i, the mosquito repellent hardware is placed below the back panel of the device, creating an unappealing bump.
LG K7i Specifications and Features
In addition, to the main selling-point Mosquito Away feature. The LG K7i flaunts a 5-inch In-Cell HD display. A quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz power the device and a 2GB of RAM facilitates multi-tasking. Android Nougat is pre-installed. Unfortunately, the device is build out of plastic. Thankfully, it features a fingerprint sensor on the back.
The device comes with an on-board storage of 16GB, which can be further expanded upto 256GB via a microSD card. A 2,500mAh battery provides the energy to stray away all those freaky mosquitoes.
For photography, LG K7i has an 8MP primary cam with an LED flash. At the front, houses a 5MP secondary cam. Connectivity options includes: 4G LTE, VoLTE, dual-SIM slots, Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth and A-GPS.