LG Electronics begins rolling out its LG X power2 smartphone this month in markets around the world starting in North America followed by markets in Asia, Europe, Latin America and other regions.
Exact release locations haven't been announced yet, and the price will be set by those offering the phone locally. Additionally, LG says the name of the phone may vary, so if you're outside the U.S., it may not be called the X Power 2.
The LG X power2 is powered by a long-lasting 4,500mAh battery, a nice bump from the original X Power's 4,100mAh power pack. LG claims the X Power 2 can give you 26 hours of talktime, 18 hours of continuous video playback, 14 hours of GPS navigation, and 19 hours of web browsing. When it comes to recharge, the X Power 2 will go from 0 to 50 percent in an hour, while a full recharge will take around two hours.
Th ephone also features a generous 5.5-inch HD In-cell Touch display with 1,280 x 720 resolution, a 5MP wide angle camera up front supported by LG's Auto Shot and Gesture Interval Shot features, which simplify taking selfies by triggering the shutter as soon as a face or hand gesture is detected. What's more, posting a favorite image is just one tap away with Quick Share. On the back, the 13MP primary camera features Zero Shutter Lag and a soft LED flash.
The X Power 2 runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. An unnamed 1.5GHz octa-core processor and either 1.5GB or 2GB RAM run the show, with the 16GB of native storage augmented through the MicroSD card slot that takes up to 2TB cards.