LG Electronics unveiled its two premium models, the LG K10 and LG K7, at the Consumers Electronics Show (CES) 2016. Belonging to the LG’s popular K-series, the two smartphones saw the recent LG K4 join the bandwagon. It is the latest device to have joined the LG’s series of cheap K-smartphones.

According to Phone Arena, the LG K4 recently surfaced on a YouTube video. However, the video did not specify any details about the features of this new phone, but it turns out that the device is much smaller than its predecessors, the K7 and K10. The K7 sports a 5.0-inch display screen size, whereas the K10 screen size measures 5.3 inches. After all, the LG K4 is supposedly an entry-level smartphone to be priced quite low.

The LG K10 starts selling out today in Korea and is available at a price of US$166 (approx. AU$239). The handset will soon reach out to various markets in the world. As per the latest analysis by Mobile57, the Australian price of the K10 will be at AU$175 as of Jan. 14, 2016. Priced at a very cheap rate, it is not yet known when the K10 will be launched in the country and will start selling out to people.

PRNewswire reports that LG’s K-series will be the first to flaunt the company’s signature style glossy pebble design for its phones. The devices come packed with curvy looks and very modern finish that aims at a younger audience.

As for the back cover, LG uses intricately woven design patterns that offer a solid grip when held in the hand. Marked by powerfully-enhanced cameras, the K-smartphones show images and videos captured with maximum clarity in every pixel and colour contrast. The K10, in particular, boasts of a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera.

According to the president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company the “K Series is the latest example of LG applying its best mobile technology and premium design philosophy across numerous smartphone categories.”