LG X SCREEN. The tasks in the background also become the foreground with LG’s new X SCREEN. A second standalone screen allows us to perform actions without having to pause or stop what we are doing.
Download the Manual and User Guide of LG X SCREEN
Inside we have Android Marshmallow that runs fairly fluid to have a processor of 4 cores at 1.3 GHz.
It is not really that it has little performance capacity but we are malacostumbrando to that less than an Octa-core is bad. The RAM with 2 GB works perfectly with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410.
From ROM memory we have the minimum recommended by Manuals and Tutorials: 16 GB. You can live with less but with little to install whatsapp and a handful of applications, we will already have space problems.
The cameras are quite good, both front and back. Selfies with 8 MP will be of great quality and even better video calls. The rear with a resolution of 13 MP and video recording in 1080p will be more than enough for any situation and light condition.
A capacity of 2,300 mAh that assures us a long journey.
The power consumption is very careful and we can “abuse” this LG smartphone mercilessly and still we will have to pull charger or an external USB battery.
If you want to keep an eye on the other LG X Series smartphone you can try the LG X CAM or the LG X POWER.