LG takes what its learned and applies it to midrange X cam, X screen

Forget about the G5 (and the G5 Lite) for just one second. Maybe even forget that the budget-minded K series is around.

LG has just launched its two-pronged X series to redouble its mid-range efforts. It’s going about it by breaking some naming conventions: we’re dealing with the X cam and the X screen. Both feature particular specialties and their names should be telling of them.

The X cam borrows some 3D Bending Glass from the G Flex series — with that, a feather-light, curvy profile ranging between 5.2 and 6.9mm thickness. It has two rear cameras (13 and 5 megapixels) as well as an 8-megapixel selfie snapper.

LG chocked in the V10’s Second Screen with the X screen handset, pairing a 4.93-inch 720p IPS with a 1.76-inch extra banner that features pretty much the same feature set that the aforementioned does.

Good news, both phones ship with Marshmallow.

The rest of the specs are below:

Component X cam X screen
Screen size 5.2 inches 4.93 inches
Screen type LCD LCD
Resolution 1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 (+ 520 x 80)
Pixel density 423 ppi 298 ppi
SoC Octa-core Quad-core
Speed 1.14GHz 1.2GHz
Storage 16GB 16GB
Cameras 13 & 5 MP rear / 8 MP front 13 MP rear / 8 MP front
Battery 2520mAh 2300mAh
OS Android 6.0 Android 6.0
Colors Titan Silver/White/Gold/Pink Gold Black/White/Pink Gold
Dimensions 147.5 x 72.6 x 6.9mm 142.6 x 71.8 x 7.1mm

Both phones will officially make an appearance at LG’s booth during MWC in Barcelona starting next week.

Source: LG
Via: Android Central

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