Another day, another phone: this time, they’re from LG. Following on the launch of the G5, LG outed their new mid-rangers to compliment their existing options. With all four having the ‘X’ name, they each offer a different set of specs for their respective prices. Each also offers something that is designed to appeal to a specific market.
The X power features a HD 5.3″ screen with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM under the hood. There’s a 13MP shooter on the back, and a 5MP front-facing camera on the flip side. LG has crammed a huge battery in as well, measured in at 4100mAh. The X power’s frame measures in at only 7.9mm thin, which is excellent considering the battery size, and it boasts PE+ fast charging technology. The intended customer here is obviously people who need a decent phone with a lot of battery.
LG’s mach is, hence the name, all focused on speed. With a 1.8GHz hexa-core processor and 3GB, it’s certainly the better of the four. It features a QHD IPS Quantum Display, with a 16MP camera and 1.55μm sensor. It also sounds a lot like the 2015 flagship, the LG G4.
“Each X series smartphone pairs perfectly with its user by offering uncompromising quality and one truly outstanding feature that speak the user’s personal preference and lifestyle — all at a great value,” said Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and the Mobile Communications Company. “The newly expanded X series demonstrates LG’s commitment to offering top flight performance with premium features at a satisfying price.”
The remaining X style differentiates itself with its elegant design boasting curving lines and extra-slim body. X max sports a large display for an enhanced viewing experience, making it the ideal phone for consuming multimedia content.
Unfortunately we do not know the remaining specifications for the style or max, or any pricing for any of the phones. We guess LG will reveal them in the coming weeks.