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LG announces four X series devices, each has it’s own forte

LG’s G series might be the flashiest, but it’s the mid-range that quietly rakes in sales for the Korean company. It has announced four new smartphones that join the X family. According to the official wording, the new X power, X mach, X style and X max “share many of the top end features found on LG’s flagship G and V series handsets”.

Official details are sketchy for now, but from the high level look that LG provided to us, the X Power looks like the most interesting device in the batch. X Power is all about delivering you more juice throughout the day so that your phone doesn’t just last 24 hours, it goes beyond that, because it houses a humongous 4,100 mAh battery. It’s a phone with a 5.3-inch HD display and runs a 1.3GHz quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage behind it. There’s a 13MP camera on back and 5MP selfie snapper on front. And obviously, all the four handsets run Android.

The LG X mach has a 1.8GHz processor and LTE Cat. 9 3CA capabilities and a Quad HD Quantum display in a form factor that’s slightly curved. There’s a fingerprint sensor on the back and that’s where the volume rocker is too – like a classic LG phone. Inside is a more typical 3,000mAh battery.

The LG X style differentiates itself from the rest thanks to “its elegant design boasting gracefully curving lines and extra-slim body”, while the LG X max has a large screen.

LG X Max promises a larger display, with the company saying that it’s “the ideal phone for consuming multimedia content.” We’ll be sure to update you on their specs as soon as they are fully unveiled.

LG is basically taking one distinct feature (battery, speed, sleek design and a big screen) and putting it in a mid-range phone.

Pricing and availability have not yet been announced, these being market-specific, and a full list of specs is not yet available.

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