LG W10, W30 to go on second sale on Amazon in India today, check out price, specs, launch offer here

first_img Shweta Ganjoo New DelhiJuly 10, 2019UPDATED: July 10, 2019 08:59 IST HIGHLIGHTSLG W10 and LG W30 go on sale once again on Amazon India today.The LG W10 price in India starts at Rs 8,990, while the W30 costs Rs 9,999.During the sale, LG India will offer interesting offers to customers.LG India, back in June, launched its W-series smartphones consisting of the LG W10, the LG W30 and the LG W30 Pro — in India at a starting price of Rs 8,999. Of the three the LG W10 and the LG 30 went on sale in the country a week later on July 3. Now, after the success of its first sale, LG is hosting the second sale of its newly launched W-series smartphones in India on Wednesday, June 10.During the second sale of the LG W-series, interested customers will be able to purchase two of the three phones in the series the LG W10 and the LG W30 from Amazon India starting 12PM on July 10. During the sale LG India will offer interesting offers to the customers who are interested in buying any of the two phones. For starters, customers, who use their Yes bank credit card to purchase the phone via EMI will get a 10 per cent instant off.Other than that, Jio SIM users who subscribe to a plan of Rs 299 will get a total cash back of Rs 4,950. Of this amount, while Rs 1,700 will be the Jio cash back, users will get a cash back of Rs 3,250 in the form of ClearTrip cash back.As far as the specifications are concerned, the LG W10 and W30 share a number of features in common. For starters, both the LG W10 and LG W30, come with an octa-core Helio P22 processor and they both sport 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory. Both the smartphones run on Android 9.0 Pie and are backed by a gigantic 4,000 mAh battery.advertisementThe differences lie in terms of the display and the camera. While the LG W10 comes with 6.19-inch HD+ wide notch full vision display, the W30 comes with 6.22-inch HD+ dot full vision display. On the camera front while the LG 10 comes with a 13MP + 5MP rear camera setup and an 8MP front camera setup, the LG W30 comes with a 12MP + 13MP + 2MP rear camera setup and a 16MP front camera.The LG W10 costs Rs 8,999 in India and it will be available in the country in Tulip Purple and Smokey Grey colour variants, while the W30 costs Rs 9,999 and it will be available in India in Thunder Blue, Platinum Grey and Aurora Green colour variants.ALSO READ | Airtel offers unlimited calling, 2GB data with latest prepaid plan: Price will appeal to everyoneALSO READ | Realme 3 Pro price drop, Realme C2 with 2-year warranty during Realme Million Days saleGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow LGFollow LG W10Follow LG W30Follow LG W30 Pro LG W10, W30 to go on second sale on Amazon in India today, check out price, specs, launch offer hereDuring the second sale of the LG W-series, interested customers will be able to purchase two of the three phones – the LG W10 and the LG W30 – from Amazon India starting 12PM on July 10.advertisementlast_img read more

Chessington powercut sees people stranded on rides

“UK Power has told us that the cut affects properties outside the resort as well as ourselves.”As a result we have re-validated all the tickets of those in the park so that they can re-visit on another day between now and July 31,” the spokesman added.Chessington’s operator Merlin Entertainments saw a fall in visitor numbers in 2015 at Alton Towers after a crash on the Smiler ride at the Staffordshire park. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Merlin was fined £5m over incident in which two carriages on the rollercoaster collided, leaving five people severely injured – including two teenage girls who needed leg amputations.UK Power Networks said power was interrupted to 272 customers in North Chessington at about 14:50 BST following a fault with a piece of electrical equipment.A company spokesman said engineers restored supplies to most customers by 15:20 BST, adding: “We apologise for any inconvenience caused.” A powercut at Chessington World of Adventures left people stranded on rides on Friday afternoon.Thousands of parents and children had to leave the resort when the outage saw displays and rides grind to a halt.Staff at the site had to carry out several high-level rescues from some of the rides where people and children had been trapped when they stopped in midair.No-one was injured and everyone was led down ladders to safety. A total of 16 people were rescued from rollercoasters.The outtage, which affected a wide area of the village of Chessington, Surrey, including residential homes, was believed to have been caused by an underground cable fault.A spokesman for Chessington World of Adventures said: “We can confirm that several high level evacuations had to be carried out. We have a well rehearsed procedure for such events.  People are rescued from a ride at Chessington World of Adventure after a power cutCredit:twitter.com/MakeItBritish People are rescued from a ride at Chessington World of Adventure after a power cut read more