South Korean tech giant LG has released a mid-range smartphone called the LG X4. Yeah, I know that with all the attention focused on foldable phones and dual screen smartphones right now, it’s hard to notice this kind of phones anymore. However, that doesn’t stop the company from forgetting its loyal fans who are on a tight budget hence this device has been released for them. This smartphone is actually a successor to an older version released last year called the LG X4 Plus.
This successor is called the LG X4 2019 and it comes with some decent specs and upgrades from the successor. The LG X4 2019 has a bigger 5.7 inch display that its predecessor which has just a 5.3 inch display.
This device comes with a 3GB RAM and a 32GB ROM which is enough for decent smartphone users. Certainly not for heavy users like me and certainly not for heavy gamers. The LG X4 Plus comes with a Snapdragon 425 processor, however, we don’t know which processor the LG X4 2019 will be coming with. Our guess remains it will come with a Snapdragon 429 which is a not so powerful chipset if you ask me.
However, other specifications include Android Oreo 8.0 software, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and zero touch support.