- LG Launches G X-Power 2 ahead of MWC 2017
If you’re most likely not too big on specifications in a smartphone but need a device which will go almost an entire weekend on a single charge and runs on the latest Android OS 7.0 Nougat, you might want to factor the LG X-Power 2 into the range of smartphones you’re looking into.
The LG X-Power 2 comes into the market with a whopping 4,500 mAh battery which means you have enough yo use on a single charge, and it does pretty well on specs with the device coming to market with the latest Android OS 7.0 amongst other features.
The South Korean manufacturing company seems to want to shed the spotlight more on the LG G6 as it unveiled the X-Power 2 ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2017 holding in Barcelona. It is entirely understandable that the mobile tech company is particular about the LG G6 which boasts of the first 18:9 aspect ratio display amongst other features packed under the hood.
The LG X-Power 2 along with the monstrosity of a battery comes packing the latest Android OS beating Google to become the first OEM to unveil a device, the G V20, powered by the OS out of the box.
Under the hood of the LG X-Power 2 which sports a 5.5-inch screen with a screen resolution of 720p is the octa-core processor clocked at a speed of 1.5GHz along with a paired RAM of 1.5GB for performance speed. The device also comes in a variant which houses 2GB of RAM under the hood along with an onboard storage memory of 16GB which can be further expanded to up to 2TB using the dedicated microSD card slot.
Other specs packed into the LG X-Power 2 include the 13MP rear facing camera panel on the back end of the device which is fitted with LED flash for lighting in low light conditions and on the front panel is the 5MP camera for a selfie and video calls. The front camera is equipped with a LED Flash which aids selfie and video calls in low-light conditions.
Connectivity options on the LG X-Power 2 include support for LTE and Bluetooth amongst other technologies with the 4,500 mAh battery supporting a high-speed charging technology that users as much as 50 percent power boost in one hour of charging the device. Technically, according to the manufacturers, the device takes two hours to reach complete charge using the fast charging technology.
Pricing has however been a major source of concern as the South Korean company has failed to reveal anything to its fans about the possible pricing on the smartphone which comes with the large battery.
However, based on the specs, the smartphone falls in a range of low-end device which means it should come into the market at a moderate pricing. It is said that the LG X-Power 2 will b available chiefly in the Titan (shiny and black variants), gold and the bright blue color options.
The LG X-Power 2 will be seeing an official shipping to most parts of the world including the US, Europe, Asia and other markets as from March according to the tech company.