We, smartphone users, all love our devices, however, we experience one small problem – battery life of our devices is too short. Conscious of how frustrating it is to find out that we don’t have enough power to make a call in a crucial moment, LG releases the X Charge. Being a solution to the low battery capacity issue, the phone provides massive battery and a package of mid-range specs at a low price. The newly announced handset is now available Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile network.
Xfinity Mobile expands its smartphone portfolio by LG X Charge. This affordable offering provides users with “entire weekend” one one charge and costs as little as $7.5 per month.
Majority of smartphones debuts nowadays loaded with a 3,000 mAh batteries on the board. Such cells usually deliver a day of moderate usage, which in many instances is inconvenient. Equipped with a large 4,500 mAh battery, the LG X Charge is promised to last the whole weekend on a standby mode without recharging. However, it isn’t just the battery that helps extend the standby time. Equally important here is the low amount of power the handset needs to stay active. This is why LG Charge comes with a 5.5-inch 1,280×720 p resolution display, which surely consumes considerably less energy than the massive 5.7-inch 2,880×1,440 p resolution screen panel found in the flagship LG G6.
Specs-wise, the Charge X is a decent mid-ranger driven by unnamed quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. The amount of RAM accounts for 1.5GB or 2GB, whereas built-in storage amounts to 16GB. Luckily, this pretty basic storage space can be easily expanded up to 2TB using microSD cards. The phone runs Android 7.1 Nougat with LG’s software features on the top. Meanwhile, in the optics department the phone offers a combination of a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP wide-angle snapper in charge of selfies. Other than that, the phone’s 8.4mm thick body features a textured back for extra grip, while connectivity options are represented by Wi-Fi and 4G LTE.
Perhaps, the phone isn’t as stunning as the company’s latest flagship, but its surely worth consideration if you’re looking for a smartphone that can deliver service for an extended period of time on one charge. You can buy it in Xfinity Mobile stores and via call centers starting today for $180 or $7.50 per month if you prefer to go the 24-month installment plan route. For those not familiar with the carrier, the Xfinity Mobile belongs to Comcast and works on Verizon’s network, which means that deliver service nationwide. Unlimited plans start at $45.