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Celular LG K50 32 GB Negro

Inteligente y predictivo el Celular LG K50 cuenta con el sistema operativo avanzado Android 9.0 Pie que aprende tus hábitos para adaptarse a tu rutina y lograr la máxima eficiencia de tu equipo. Esta tecnología vuelve a tu dispositivo tan autónomo que podrá reducir el consumo energético, ajustar automáticamente el brillo y gestionar la batería de manera inteligente. Doble cámara y más detalles Sus 2 cámaras traseras de 13 Mpx/2 Mpx te permitirán tomar imágenes con más detalles y lograr efectos únicos como el famoso modo retrato de poca profundidad de campo. Además, el dispositivo cuenta con cámara frontal de 13 Mpx para que puedas sacarte divertidas selfies o hacer videollamadas. Desbloqueo facial y dactilar Máxima seguridad para que solo vos puedas acceder al equipo. Podrás elegir entre el sensor de huella dactilar para habilitar el teléfono en un toque, o el reconocimiento facial que permite un desbloqueo hasta un 30% más rápido. Batería de duración superior ¡Desenchufate! Con la súper batería de 3500 mAh tendrás energía por mucho más tiempo para jugar, ver series o trabajar sin necesidad de realizar recargas. El espacio que necesitás Con su memoria interna de 32 GB descargá tus aplicaciones favoritas y guardá todas las fotos y videos que quieras.

Sours: https://www.fravega.com/p/celular-lg-k50-32-gb-negro-20003206/

LG Optimus L9

LG Optimus L9
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FabricanteLG Electronics
Lanzamiento 2012
Pantalla 4.7'', 960x560 (245ppi)
Interfaz de entrada LG Optimus UI 3.0
Sistema operativo Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) actualizable a 4.1.2 jelly bean
Memoria 4 GB (2 GB Disponibles al Usuario)
RAM 1 GB
SoC Procesador TI OMAP 4430
Procesador Dual-Core (1.0 GHz)
Procesador gráfico PowerVR SGX540
BandasGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
Cámara 5 Mpx
Videocámara 0.3 mp
Sensores Acelerometro, proximidad, brújula, GPS
Conectividad Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Bluetooth, NFC(Varia el Modelo), USB
Batería Li-Ion 2150mAh
Peso 125 gramos
Antecesor LG Optimus L7
SucesorLG Optimus L9 II

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LG Optimus L9 es un teléfono inteligente de gama media, parte de la familia Optimus L, fabricado por LG Electronics, y lanzado en 2012.[1]

Características[editar]

Parte frontal, trasera y perfil del LG L9.

Redes[editar]

  • 2G GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • 3G HSDPA 900/850/1900/2100

Dimensiones[editar]

Pantalla[editar]

  • LCD Pantalla táctil capacitiva, IPS, 16M colores
  • 540x960 px, 4.7'' (245 ppi)

Sonido[editar]

  • 3.5 mm entrada jack
  • Dolby Mobile sound

Almacenamiento[editar]

  • Memoria interna de 4 GB (2 GB disponibles)

Conexiones[editar]

  • GPRS - 32/48 kbit/s
  • HSDPA - 21 Mb/s
  • HSUPA, 5.76 Mb/s
  • WLAN - Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • Bluetooth - v3.0 (A2DP)
  • NFC(Varia el Modelo)
  • USB - microUSB v2.0 (MHL)

Cámara[editar]

  • (Varía el modelo) 5 u 8 megapixeles
  • Autoenfoque
  • Flash LED
  • Detección de rostros
  • Estabilización de imagen
  • Video Full HD (1920x1080p), 30 fps
  • Frontal: 0.3 megapixeles

Procesamiento[editar]

  • Chipset - Procesador TI OMAP 4430
  • CPU - Dual-Core (1.0 GHz)
  • GPU - PowerVR SGX540
  • RAM - 1 GB

Sensores[editar]

  • Acelerómetro
  • Proximidad
  • Brújula
  • GPS

Batería[editar]

Software[editar]

El LG Optimus L9 trabaja con la versión 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) del sistema operativo Android actualizable a (Jelly Bean) 4.1.2

Funciones especiales[editar]

Polaris office 4[editar]

Este programa te permite hacer documentos

Quicktranslator[editar]

Es un traductor de LG que permite traducir más de 60 idiomas con la función de la cámara

My Style Keypad[editar]

Permite ajustar la posición del teclado para facilitar su uso en diferentes situaciones, así como separarlo en dos partes al posicionar el móvil de manera horizontal.

Configuraciones y funciones[editar]

Referencias[editar]

Sours: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/LG_Optimus_L9
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LG G6 review: A good phone if you can find it cheap, but there are better LGs to choose from

Update, 2018

The G6 was a formidable phone, but it's currently not worth buying unless you can find one on sale. You'd be better off investing in a LG V30, V30S ThinQ, or G7 ThinQ, all of which have upgraded cameras, larger screens with slimmer bezels, and faster processors.

Check out CNET's best smartphones for more information on competitive products.

The review of the LG G6 -- originally published on April 19, 2017, and otherwise is mostly unchanged -- follows.


In high school, being different only works if you're also cool. Otherwise, you get mocked or, possibly worse, completely ignored. LG can no doubt relate.

After the lackluster reception of its unique, modular-like G5, LG decided not to double-down with another quirky approach to mods. Instead, it reversed course, toed the party line and released the more traditional G6. Gone is that funky hot-swappable chin. In its place is a slim, water-resistant build whose screen takes up an enviable 80 percent of the phone face. For LG, this is the safer but smarter play since the G6 has to do battle with the https://www.cnet.com/products/google-pixel-phone/OnePlus 3T, the Google Pixelphones and the Samsung Galaxy S8.
So does it usurp its biggest South Korean rival, the S8? Not exactly. On paper, the G6 doesn't have as powerful a processor and as long-lasting a battery. LG fans will also be disappointed that said battery is no longer removable (then again, neither is the S8's). And while earlier LG was set to announce its big-screen, small-bezel phone, Samsung's S8 takes the same basic idea and adds more elegance with a unique curved-edge twist.

Editors' note: This review was originally published on April 12, 2017 and has been updated and expanded with direct comparisons to the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Polished and splash-friendly


The G6 is LG's nicest-looking flagship yet, which I don't say often, especially given last year's out-there G5. But the polished G6 has a streamlined aesthetic and a smooth unibody design (think the LG V20 with fewer seams or the G5 with fewer bumps). It's a bit heavy in the hand, but that doesn't bother me much. Like with previous LG handsets, the fingerprint sensor is built into the home button on the back, which sits below the camera (and not next to it, like with the S8). Oh, and don't worry, there's still a headphone jack.
The sharp, 5.7-inch screen takes up roughly 80 percent of the front of the phone, leaving it with an impressively thin bezel all around. It's unique in that it has an 18:9 aspect ratio (with the exception of the S8, most phones are 16:9).

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The phone feels expansive and "tall," especially when you're scrolling down your web browser or social media feed. Not all apps and games take full advantage of this ratio though, and when they can't, you'll see black bars on the sides of the display even at full screen, aka "pillarboxing." You can enable "app scaling" on some apps by going into Settings. The longer display works, and seeing that you get more screen for about the same build size, I'm all for it.

In addition to its beautifully glossy design and screen, the G6 is dust- and water-resistant like the S8s, the Apple iPhone 7s and several Sony Xperia phones. It's rated IP68, so you can dunk it in up to 4.9 feet of water (about 1.5 meters) for up to 30 minutes. For the everyday user though, it just means the G6 won't crap out after you accidentally drop it in the pool or spill coffee on it. (Get a deeper dive on IP ratings and what they mean for waterproof gadgets.) I dunked it in a fishbowl and a bucket of water and let it sit each time underwater for 30 minutes. I also placed it inside a shower with the water splashing on it for 30 minutes. In all three instances, the handset kept ticking fine afterward, and it even registered an incoming call during the full dunking.

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Non-removable battery is a bummer

With that said, waterproofing and removable batteries don't tend to go together these days, so the fact that the G6 does not have a removable battery was kind of a given. Still, to longtime LG fans, this might come as a disappointment. After the LG G2 in 2013, the company has been one of the few holdouts to feature swappable batteries in its flagship phones, so people can switch a drained one for a charged one or replace an old battery with a fresh one.

Not having that advantage is a drag, but it's not a deal-breaker for everyone either. LG also hopes that the G6's increased battery capacity (from 2,800mAh in the G5 to 3,300mAh) and new wireless charging feature -- just for the US -- can offset the benefits of a swappable battery. During our lab tests for continuous video playback on Airplane mode, the handset lasted an average of 13 hours and 21 minutes, which is better than last year's 12.5 hours.

The Galaxy S8 doesn't have a removable battery either. Samsung's flagships ditched that years ago. Its 3,000mAh battery clocked an average of 16 hours of drainage time. Samsung also said the overall life expectancy of the S8's battery life will last longer as well, years down the road.

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Go wide or square with the cameras

Like the V20 and the G5 before it, the G6 has two cameras on the back. But they aren't to take artsy "bokeh" portraits like you do with the iPhone 7 Plus. On the G6, you can switch between the standard 13-megapixel lens and the 120-degree wide-angle lens to capture more content in each frame. If you're really all about that wide-angle life, the 5-megapixel front-facing shooter has a wide-angle option as well.

One of my favorite things about the camera is a new interface that shows you five of your most recent photos, like a gallery stream. LG added a separate camera app called Square Camera too. Aimed at hardcore Instagram users, it offers a number of different tools to take neat square photos. (For more on how Square Camera works, watch the video below and check out our explainer.)

Watch this: Obsessed with Instagram? LG G6 has an app for you

The app can be confusing at first, and features like Match Shot were hard to figure out initially. But once you get the hang of it, the results look pretty cool. My favorite is Guide, which overlays a framing template so you can capture similarly-composed photos repeatedly.

Keep in mind that if you take wide-angle shots, angles will be distorted and elongated from the side, especially when it comes to selfies with the front-facing camera. I also found that the front-facing camera takes relatively muddy shots in low light. Compared to the Pixel XL, OnePlus 3T and Galaxy S8, the G6 is on par with its rivals. The Pixel XL takes superior low-light images though, and I like the rich contrast of the S8 by just a tad. But the G6 captures sharp and vibrant images regardless, and other than blurry selfies in the dark, you'll be satisfied with the camera setup.

For more information, check out our video on the G6's camera, the slideshow below and our gallery for outdoor photography with the G6.

Life's just fine with Snapdragon 821

The G6 features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processing platform, which specs nerds will notice is the same chipset in last year's OnePlus 3T and Google Pixels. Compared to the 821 chipset, Qualcomm's latest 835 is measurably smaller, faster and quicker at recharging mobile batteries.

When I benchmarked the 835 in a reference device, it indeed outpaced phones with the 821 (including the G6) by a comfortable margin. And while the S8, which also has the 835 for certain markets, garnered slightly lower scores than the reference device (this makes sense, since reference devices are designed for peak performance), the S8 still consistently edged out the G6.

But take these results with a pinch of salt. Unless you want to be on the absolute edge of technology, the idea of being saddled with "last year's" processor shouldn't be a huge deal, and the advantages of the 835 aren't that dramatic on paper. In the real world, the usual differences between one superfast processor and another are hardly discernible. During my time with the G6, it was smooth and fast. Apps launched and quit promptly, the camera operated quickly and the display was responsive.

Antutu v6.2.7

LG G6140,243Samsung Galaxy S8164,134Google Pixel XL142,486OnePlus 3T155,573

Geekbench v.4.0 single-core

LG G61,712Samsung Galaxy S81,837Googe Pixel XL1,556OnePlus 3T1,923

Geekbench v.4.0 multi-core

LG G64,064Samsung Galaxy S86,347Google Pixel XL4,201OnePlus 3T4,321

3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited

LG G628,457Samsung Galaxy S837,177Google Pixel XL28,256OnePlus 3T32,143

Square peg in a square hole

Tech fans and phone buffs often complain about the lack of smartphone innovation. But when companies experiment with something novel, their efforts often flop or fold. Meanwhile, incremental iterations of familiar handsets like the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S7 remain big hits.

LG took a chance with the G5 and when that became a dud, it switched gears and made the G6 like every other flagship you see now (and will probably keep seeing throughout 2017). That's not exactly a bad thing though. By going with a simple, sleek design, a water-resistant body and a feature-packed camera, LG is giving phone users what they want. Covering the basics may be boring, but it works when you do it right (and even better when you can do it for a cheaper price). In the case of the G6, while it doesn't have anything novel or buzzworthy, it's LG's most marketable and widely-appealing phone yet.

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If you're considering:

  • LG G6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S8: I don't mind that the G6 has an "older" processor, but the S8 has a longer battery life, and other than that annoying fingerprint reader placement, the S8 looks better in general. If you need the best-of-the-best and have the money, get the S8. But the G6 is a solid alternative that can come up to $100 (or £80 and AU$133) cheaper.
  • LG G6 vs. Google Pixel XL: The Pixel XL has a better camera (especially when handling low light), while having the same 821 chipset. But it's more expensive, not waterproof, doesn't have expandable storage and and people have pointed out that it looks like an iPhone doppelganger. If you don't care about any of that and you'd rather capture better photos, get the XL. (Just also keep in mind that its sequel is due in a few months.)
  • LG G6 vs. OnePlus 3T: Starting at $439, £399 and about AU$652 converted, the 3T goes big on value while having powerful enough hardware to hang with the big leagues (case in point: both handsets have the 821). However, the 3T isn't water-resistant, the camera doesn't have nearly as many features as the G6, and it too came out last year. So if you can spring for the G6, go for it. But if saving a notable amount of dough is reason enough for you, the 3T won't let you down.

LG G6 spec comparison


LG G6Samsung Galaxy S8Google Pixel XLOnePlus 3T
Display size, resolution5.7-inch, 2,880x1,440 pixels5.8-inch; 2,960x1,440 pixels5.5-inch; 2,560x1,440 pixels5.5-inch; 1,920x1080 pixels
Pixel density565 ppi570 ppi534 ppi401 ppi
Dimensions (Inches)5.86x2.83x0.31 in5.86x2.68x0.315 in6.1x3x0.34 in (at its thickest)6.01x2.94x0.29 in
Dimensions (Millimeters)148.9x71.97.x7.9 mm148.9x68.1x8 mm154.7x75.7x8.6 mm (at its thickest)152.7x74.7x7.35 mm
Weight (Ounces, Grams)5.7 oz; 162g 5.5 oz; 155g5.92 oz; 168g5.57 oz; 158g
Mobile softwareAndroid 7.0 NougatAndroid 7.0 NougatAndroid 7.1 NougatAndroid 7.0 Nougat
Camera13-megapixel (standard), 13-megapixel (wide)12-megapixel12.3-megapixel16-megapixel
Front-facing camera5-megapixel8-megapixel8-megapixel16-megapixel
Video capture4K4K4K4K
Processor2.35GHz Snapdragon 821 with Adreno 530 GPUOcta-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (2.35GHz+1.9GHz) or Octa-core Samsung Exynos 8895 (2.35GHz+1.7GHz)2.15GHz + 1.6GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8212.35GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
Storage32GB64GB32GB, 128GB64GB, 128GB
RAM4GB4GB4GB6GB
Expandable storageUp to 2TBUp to 2TBNoneNone
Battery3,300mAh (nonremovable)3,000mAh (nonremovable)3,450mAh (nonremovable)3,400mAh (nonremovable)
Fingerprint sensorBack coverBack coverBack coverHome button
ConnectorUSB-CUSB-CUSB-CUSB-C
Special features18:9 aspect ratio; wireless charging (US-only); water-resistant Water-resistant (IP68); wireless charging; Gigabit LTE-readyGoogle Assistant; unlimited cloud storage; Daydream VR-readyDual-SIM, Dash Charging
Price off-contract (USD)AT&T: $720, Verizon: $672 T-Mobile: $650, Sprint: $708, U.S. Cellular: $597.60AT&T: $750; Verizon: $720; T-Mobile: $750; Sprint: $750; U.S. Cellular: TBA$769 (32GB); $869 (128GB)$439 (64GB); $479 (128GB)
Price (GBP)£649£689£719 (32GB); £819 (128GB)£399 (64GB); £439 (128GB)
Price (AUD)AU$1,008AU$1,199AU$1,269 (32GB); AU$1,419 (128GB)Converts to AU$590 (16GB); AU$652 (128GB)
Sours: https://www.cnet.com/es/analisis/lg-g6-opiniones/
LG OLED C1: características, sistema operativo webOS y primeras impresiones

LG K42, K52 y K62 se lanzan en Perú: conoce todas sus características

LG ha renovado su gama media y ha decidido lanzar en nuestro país sus más recientes K42, K52 y K62. Cada teléfono ofrece cinco cámaras: cuatro posteriores como la Macro, Gran Angular, Retrato y la Estándar que posee sistema PDAF, uno de los sistemas de enfoques más veloces y precisos del mundo móvil; además la cámara Sefie ubicada en la parte frontal.

En conjunto ofrecen diversidad fotográfica y logran optimizar la experiencia de creación de contenido para usuarios con perfiles diferentes, lo que lo hace ideal para emprendedores o para quienes se inician en la generación de contenido en redes sociales. Los modelos LG K52 y LG K62 cuentan con cámaras principales de 48 MP para registrar fotos y videos más nítidos, mientras que sus cámaras Selfies son de 13 MP y 28 MP, respectivamente. En tanto, el LG K42 cuenta con una excelente cámara principal de 8MP.

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En cuanto a diseño, resalta por su conveniencia y estilo premium pero sobre todo por lucir con un estilo auténtico. La parte trasera del K42, modelo color gris y verde, tiene recubrimiento UV y una cubierta de ondas que proporciona un agarre cómodo y protección anti-rasguños.

En el LG K52 y LG K62, en color azul y blanco respectivamente, se tiene un acabado mate que da una textura antideslizante y no deja las clásicas huellas como consecuencia de su uso. Además, ahora el botón de encendido y apagado también es un sensor de huella dactilar y su fácil acceso permite un desbloqueo rápido. Vale decir que todos los celulares de esta serie incluyen cargador, cable de datos, audífonos y case.

Respecto a la pantalla, cada una destaca por su amplitud de 6.6 pulgadas y resolución HD+ que la hacen ideal para un disfrute de contenido audiovisual para las sesiones de teletrabajo, clases virtuales o entretenimiento. Su formato Punch Hole 20:9 tiene un discreto agujero para la cámara Selfie ubicado en la parte central que brinda más espacio para una completa inmersión.

Su uso no se verá limitado ya que toda la serie ofrece una batería de 4,000 mAh, que sumado a su eficiente procesador nivela su consumo energético, permitiendo disfrutar de más horas de duración sin recurrir a un cargador o batería portátil. Por otro lado, descargar y almacenar información tampoco será problema ya que el K62 ofrece 128 GB de almacenamiento y tanto el K52 como K42 ofrecen 64 GB. La gran capacidad de estos modelos permite descargar diversas aplicaciones y almacenar gran cantidad de información, funciones de mucha utilidad en este contexto digital.

“La apuesta por la innovación y calidad de LG es continua y queda avalada por su prestigio global y sus 23 años de sólida experiencia en el mercado peruano. Con la incorporación de la serie K 2021 se demuestra la voluntad de ofrecer dispositivos altamente productivos y versátiles al alcance de más personas. Cabe resaltar que estos y todos los equipos LG gozan de la experiencia Android de Google, con lo que el usuario podrá instalar y actualizar las apps más demandas de manera segura y práctica”, indicó Micael Seo, Gerente de Marketing de LG Perú.

Sours: https://depor.com/depor-play/tecnologia/lg-lanzamiento-k42-k52-k62-ficha-tecnica-caracteristicas-smartphones-celulares-full-specs-especificaciones-peru-estados-unidos-espana-mexico-nnda-nnni-noticia/

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Nueva Línea de pantallas LG para este 2021 (English Subtitles)

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