LG announces affordable X power, X mach, X max, and X style phones to fill out the X lineup


X! That’s the big letter of the day for LG today as the company has announced 4 new devices to be vaunted into the X lineup. If you don’t know, the X-series of phones are all positioned as affordable options for those not looking to break the bank, however each phone focuses on one key area of excellence.

lg x phones

We already have the X cam with its dual rear camera sensors, and the X screen looks to impress you with a secondary display. What are the other guys bringing? Let’s find out:

LG X power

aimed at the most power-hungry users who will appreciate the 4,100mAh battery in the 7.9mm slim body. Fast charging (PE+) technology enables the X power to charge at twice the normal speed, allowing users to do more with their phone for longer.

LG X mach

supports LTE Cat. 9 3CA data transfer speed and is powered by a speedy 1.8GHz processor to deliver top performance and speed. The device comes equipped with a QHD IPS Quantum display for crisp, clear images, and a gently curved form factor for a perfect grip. Users will also appreciate the ability to take stunning photos in low light conditions with the large 1.55μm sensor camera.

LG X style

differentiates itself with its elegant design boasting gracefully curving lines and extra-slim body. X max sports a large display for an enhanced viewing experience, making it the ideal phone for consuming multimedia content.

As for the LG X max, LG didn’t have any details regarding its good qualities, however we understand it’ll deliver the biggest display of the bunch. We’re still waiting for full specs to hit our lap, but in the meantime you can get a closer look at this big happy family in the video above, and look forward to the global launch starting later this month.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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