Two new LG mobile devices have been certified by FCC, and one of them is a variant of the LG X230 that we’ve heard about before. LG recently announced their latest flagship, the LG G6, but they’re not done yet. We should soon see more devices launched by the manufacturer.
The FCC has certified two models from LG, namely, the LG-M320H and the LG X230Z. Both of these appear to be budget offerings. We have heard about the X230 model before, as it had appeared on Geekbench in October last year. In January this year, the device also showed up on Bluetooth SIG as well.
The H and Z at the end of the device model numbers usually indicate the region. As per the FCC certification for the X230Z, this variant appears to have a Single SIM slot only. Other hardware specs aren’t available yet and the devices will most likely run Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
We are still not sure about the release dates for these new devices, but it shouldn’t take too long. We will let you know as soon as they are announced.