Two months ago LG introduced a new line of devices under the X brand. Each of its members puts emphasis on one particular feature. Today, the company announced to release a X Power smartphone that is oriented to heavy media users as its really massive battery is promised to last up to 2 days on an extensive usage. Soon the phone will be available nationwide distributed by Cricket Wireless prepaid store.
LG X Power packed with a generous 4,100 mAh battery will debut in the US on August 26th via Cricket Wireless. Oriented to heavy media users the affordable phone is promised to deliver 2 days of battery life.
Are you often annoyed by short battery life of your smartphone? There is so much to do and your phone refuses cooperation? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Conscious of this problem South-Korean mobile maker releases the affordable LG X Power, which should meet needs of even the most extensive users as its generous 4,100 mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 support delivers two full days of usage, at least on paper.
Specs-wise, except for a stunning battery the LG X Power is just another budget-sector offering with nothing more but moderate tech parameters. Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow the phone comes driven by the quad-core Snapdragon 210 processor clocked at 1.3GHz and coupled with 1.5GB RAM and 16GB of expandable built-in storage. Although the handset packs only a 5.3-inch IPS screen with 720 x 1280 p of resolution, it should still be sharp enough to deliver decent viewing experience. In the field of optics, the X Power offers a combination of an 8MP primary camera with LED flash and a 5MP front-facing snapper. Meanwhile, connectivity options include 4G LTE, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
As for the Cricket’s offer the X Power is scheduled to hit the carrier’s stores on August 26th labeled with the price tag of $159.99 plus tax-naturally. The phone will be sold without contract, but its purchase obliges you to activate one of the Cricket’s smartphone plans that start at $35 per month and include unlimited text and talk. Furthermore, customers who decide to port their number to Cricket may get the X Power even cheaper, as for limited though unspecified time they will be able to buy the device for $129.99, excluding tax. Anyone interested?