LG has always been one of the most innovative Android players, but all that experimenting hasn’t helped the company turn a profit. The South Korean giant recently shut down manufacturing in South Korea and shifted its mobile operations to Vietnam.

That doesn’t mark the end of LG’s Android journey, though. LG will continue making phones, one of which with model number LG-M3190 just showed up for Bluetooth certification.

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The LG-M3190 Bluetooth certification page doesn’t mention many details. The phone will support Bluetooth 5.0 and basic Bluetooth profiles like A2DP, AVRCP, DIP, and GADVP.  

This is the first time that we have heard of this affordable LG phone and perhaps more leaks will follow soon.

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Recently, LG was also granted a patent for Foldable phones that it filed in 2015. This doesn’t, however, imply that LG is currently working on a foldable phone. In fact, earlier this year LG when on record to say that it was still too early to produce foldable devices and launched a dual screen, 5G supported V50 instead.

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