LG Adds Four New Handsets to X Series
LG today announced four new X-branded Android smartphones to fill out its mid-tier range of devices. Like the X cam and X screen announced earlier this year, each of the new X phones has a single, enhanced feature that defines the device. The X power has a 4,100mAh battery with rapid charging for power-hungry users, while the X style has a curved design and slim body. The X mach boasts an LTE Cat 9 cellular radio, a 1.8 GHz processor, and a quad HD screen, while the X max includes an over-sized display for consuming media. LG said more details about the new X series, including pricing and availability, will be shared on a market-by-market basis. The X power, X style, X mach, and X max will go on sale around the world soon.
Hands On with the LG X power
LG announced the X series devices earlier this year, but IFA afforded us the first opportunity to take a look at LG's mid-range devices. The X power packs a huge 4,100mAh battery for extended use.
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