LG to release more X series devices this year

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On the heels of an announcement earlier today that LG is going to debut two new X Series smartphones at MWC 2016, reports have also surfaced that LG will release four more X Series devices later this year.

According to reports, LG will launch the X Max, X Speed, X Style and X Power phones later in the year. No further details, including when exactly the devices would be released, were given.

The X Cam and X Screen are set to debut at Mobile World Congress 2016, taking place Feb. 22-25 in Barcelona. The X Cam hosts a 5.2-inch Full HD screen and is powered by an octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM. However, the underlying feature of the handset is its camera.

The X Screen takes a different approach and focuses on display tech. Here you’re getting a slightly smaller 4.93-inch display with a 720p resolution. However, the handset includes LG’s new signature tinker display that debuted on the V10.

The X Screen and X Cam are rumored to be arriving next month in Asia, Europe and Latin America.

Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)

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