LG gets two new phones X230Z and M320H certified from FCC, possible budget phones

LG may soon launch two budget phones, gets FCC certification for two new phones X230Z and M320H

By Vigneshravi

The FCC has certified two models from LG, namely, the LG-M320H and the LG X230Z, both of which are most likely to be budget offerings.

LG gets two new phones X230Z and M320H certified from FCC


While we are pretty sure one of them is a variant of the LG X230 of which we've heard rumors, as it had surfaced in October last year. Furthermore, the device was spotted when it showed up on Bluetooth SIG in January this year.

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From what we gather from the FCC certification for the X230Z is that this variant will have a Single SIM slot. Going by the H and Z at the end of the device model numbers we understand that they usually indicate the region they are made for or tested for.

Apart from that other hardware specs haven't been made available yet and we assume the devices will most likely run on the previous version of Android (6.0 Marshmallow) OS. Though the company had recently announced their latest flagship, the LG G6, but we highly anticipate a few more devices to roll-out from the manufacturer very soon.

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As of now, we do not have details regarding the release dates for these new devices, but it would be safe to assume that it will be sooner than later. We will keep you posted on the latest updates as and when we get them.


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