LG is known for silently launching some of the best smartphones, particularly with its G series range. Now, LG has introduced yet another excellent smartphone, the LG GX as a part of their current G series. LG introduced LG GX in South Korea. For now, there are no details about international availability, but LG is known to launch its devices worldwide, so we should see the device make its way to Indian shores shortly.
Additionally, a decent number of smartphone users love to buy their smartphones from LG. So, there are good chances that LG will launch its latest smartphone LG GX in the Indian market either to further strengthen its bid as a major handset vendor in the country.
Here is a quick look of what LG GX has to offer its customers:
Since the launch of LG G2, high quality displays have been the unique selling point of LG. To stick to its reputation, LG has launched GX with a full HD display of 5.5 inches. It is offering high quality resolution with 1920x1080 pixels.
As released in South Korea, LG GX has the latest 4.X version of Android Jelly Bean. User interface seems fresh and more innovative.
First and foremost, the LG GX is 9.2mm thin and weighs just 167gm. Under the hood, the GX has a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 mobile processor that is backed by 2 GB RAM. It offers 32GB on-board storage memory to ensure that users can easily back up their long and huge list of images, mp3 and video files.
For high quality imaging and video recording, LG GX is offering a 13MP rear camera. LG GX offers a 2.1MP front camera that is claimed to be decent enough to go for good quality video calling.
When it comes to battery life, LG GX offers a big battery with huge capacity. The device is powered by 3140mAh battery. Some of the available connectivity options include LTE/HSPA, 2.6 GHz broadband, Bluetooth 4.0 and more.
You will be surprised to know that most of the apps in LG G2 are exactly similar to the apps in LG G2 and LG Pro. These include KnockOn, QRemote and more.
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