LG X Power to be available in the US via Cricket Wireless
Last month, the LG X Power smartphone saw a release in the Canadian market and this got us wondering as to whether or not we would be getting this same device in the United States. Well, we are now sure that the smartphone would be launching stateside also and one of the earliest carriers that would be giving out the device would be Cricket Wireless. For now, we know that the carrier would have the smartphone on their shelves starting from the 26th of August.
With the addition of tax, users of the mobile carrier would be able to get the smartphone for $159.99 but to get this, you need to get a smartphone plan active. The X Power is one of the most affordable devices that you can get for your money with its 4100mAh battery that has the Quick Charge 2.0 from QUALCOMM backing it and a 5.3 inch of screen to boot.
Under the hood is a snapdragon 210 chipset which runs on four cores and with the smartphone running the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0 out of the box, it is also run by 1.5GB of RAM 16GB of expandable memory.
As regards the camera, there is a comfortable 8MP unit on the back and the front is adorned with a 5MP snapper.
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