The LG K7 and K10 phones are the first of LG's new K Series, featuring 5in and 5.3in screens respectively.

LG's CES 2016 press conference hit hard on the company's new high-end Signature range of products and its 4K OLED TV range, but was otherwise low on new AV products.

Other than TVs (and fridges), we were left with a new K Series of smartphones - a mid-tier series aimed at a younger audience.

The K10 has a 5.3in HD screen, up to 2G RAM, a 2300 mAh battery and Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. There are 13MP and 8MP cameras on the 4G LTE model.

It's joined by the K7, which has a 5in screen alongside a slightly lower spec all round. So far, so midrange.

Some of LG's camera tech features are on the new phones, including Gesture Shot and 'Flash for Selfie'.

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The phones, with their glossy 'pebble design',  are due to be "affordably priced", claims LG.

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Not sure what a phone is doing in an hi fi mag.