After LG G Flex, one of the most talked smartphone in recent times, with its special curved design, the Korean phone makers LG has taken the wraps off a yet another Android smartphone dubbed as LG GX, in Korea. The smartphone features a 5.5″ display and landing with the power of quad core Snapdragon 600 processor. The phone seems to be inspired from LG’s Optimus G Pro, added with some extra features. The LG GX is highlighted with some additional network and software features, packed with in slightly redesigned case.
The phone is announced on telecom operator LG U+ initially and supports their latest broadband LTE network along with VoLTE support. LG GX offers 2GB of RAM, 32GB storage, 13MP camera and 3,140mAh battery. The phone runs on Android 4.2.
As we said LG included some software tweaks in the phone. The first one is the “Smart Day” that gives an overview of your schedule on your lock screen. The next one is “Media Time” that let you to access your media library directly from your lock screen, and also launches the media when your headphone is plugged in to the device. Other notable features include Smart Memo, U+ Navi, QRemote and Knock On.
LG GX is currently a Korean exclusive, and there are no words on the global roll-out of the device now.
LG GX key specifications
- 5.5″ IPS Full HD display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor
- 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage
- 13MP rear camera with AF
- 2.1MP front camera
- 3,140 mAh battery
- Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, USB
- Android Jelly Bean
Via : LG