While everybody is looking forward to the upcoming G6 flagship, LG also launched an upgraded version of last year’s X power handset, which goes by the name of – you’ll never guess it – X power 2.
The new smartphone will replace the previous and it comes with a pretty big 5.5″ display, but with a resolution of just 720p. However, the main selling point is the massive 4,500mAh battery, which can operate for two full days of intensive use in a single charge, according to the manufacturer!
To be more specific, the LG X power 2 can play videos for about 15 hours, work as a GPS for 14 continuous hours or be used as an Internet browser for 18 hours. That’s pretty big, huh?
LG also declared that the handset will feature fast charging, allowing users to fully charge the battery in about 2 hours!
Otherwise, the LG X power 2 will rock an unknown octa-core chip under the hood, clocked at 1.5 GHz, aided by 1.5 or 2 GB of RAM, depending on the market, while the internal storage capacity counts 16 GB, with the possibility of expanding it, thanks to the presence of a microSD card slot. It also comes with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, customized with the manufacturer’s own user interface.
Moving on, the camera department is represented by a 13MP rear snapper, as well as a 5 MP selfie unit, both of them aided by LED flashes.
Finally, the spec sheet of the LG X power 2 is completed by LTE support, while further reports are pointing to the phone being available in Black, Titanium, Blue and Gold.
Currently, there aren’t any details about the prices, but LG claimed that the phone will be released somewhere in March. We’re looking forward to MWC 2017, as we might find out some additional details about it!