LG has launched a customized variant of its K7 smartphone for visually impaired users in India. The new device offers users the ability to know which apps to purchase and install, as well as an easy way to navigate between windows and apps.
The LG K7 comes pre-loaded with features and applications that can be used right out of the box by visually challenged users. Apps such as @Voice, Cozy Magnifier & Microsope, Kota Daisy Reader, GPS Essential, PocketBook and eReader Prestigion are available from the LG K7 home screen.
Additionally, seven e-books are included for free on the K7 to be read out loud by the compatible application and features included in the phone’s Android operation system have been preset for easy navigation and operation, such as Talk Back, Screen Reading and Text-to-Speech set to English and Hindi by default.
Introduced alongside the larger LG K10 in India, the LG K7 features a curved 2.5D Arc Glass and pebble design with a 5.0-inch FWVGA In-cell Touch display, 1.3GHz Quad-Core processor, 5-Megapixel cameras on both; the front and the back, dual SIM slots and a 2,125mAh battery for Rs 9,500 (~$142 – £114 – €128).