LG Electronics India Limited (LGEIL) announced the launch of its latest 4G LTE smartphone, LG X Screen in India. The smartphone is exclusively available on Snapdeal from 20th July 2016. This is for the first time that LG has decided to sell a smartphone exclusively via the ecommerce route. LG X Screen also features a panic button feature which is in line with the Government of Indias initiative in this regard.
The LG X screen comes with two screens, a unique feature which is developed solely basis user convenience and experience. The Always-on Display allows users to check basic information such as time, date and notifications without having to wake up the phone. More so, the second screen keeps the recent used user applications for easy access along with facility to receive calls without interruptions on the main screen and so does music play with all controls on top screen, for extreme convenience to users. The X screens look is complemented by the crystal-clear glass fiber material that covers the back. The curved edges on its sides create a simple yet elegant design.
About the secondary display: Another useful screen, but nothing ground-breaking. LG has added a secondary screen in the smartphone which stays on all the time, even when the main screen is locked. It basically shows a few app icons which you can access without unlocking the smartphone. For example, you can refresh the Wi-Fi, torch, access the music player to play music and change tracks and press the SOS button during an emergency to send out a call and a message to your family.
LG X Screen is exclusively available on Snapdeal for Rs.12990.
LG X Screen Key Specifications:
Display: 4.93-inch + 1.76 inch HD In-cell Touch
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon
Camera: Rear 13MP / Front 8MP
Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM
Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Size: 142.6 x 71.8 x 7.1mm
Network: 4G LTE
Colors: Black / White
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