LG has launched a new entry-level device in India. The LG K10 (2017) was actually announced ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 last month and it has just now been launched in one of the most lucrative smartphone markets on the planet. Two of its biggest selling features are that it’s powered by Android 7.0 Nougat and comes with a Panic button that’s compliant by the standards set by the country’s government.

The LG K10 (2017) features a 5.3 inch in-cell touch 2.5D curved glass IPS display with a 1.5GHz octacore MediaTex MT6750 64 bit processor under the hood coupled with Mali T860 graphics processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage as well as dual-SIM support.

The handset also features a 13 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5 megapixel 120 degree wide-angle front camera. As previously mentioned, it’s powered by Android 7.0 Nougat, so users will at least get to experience the latest version of Android.

The Panic button works with Inda’s SOS 112 emergency calling service. Users who find themselves in a position where they require emergency assistant have to press the power button three times or they can also press the SoS option in the menu.

LG’s new entry-level smartphone is available in India starting today in black, gold, and titanium colors for Rs. 15,000 ($220).

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