For those who are passionate about a technological novelty in the area of cellular telephony and was already expecting to launch the newest smartphone from the already consecrated LG, the novelty has already been officially announced and its details are already reflected.
That’s right, in the last week LG held the official launch of X venture, its newest smartphone handset, which among many attractions stands primarily by the size of its battery, considered giant with 4,100 mah. Furthermore, the appliance has a certification of resistance to dust and water, so fundamental safeguards for appliances to resist such common accidents.
The device has physical buttons and a body with non-skid material to prevent it from falling from the hands of users, despite good performance in shock tests. A specific button on the side of the appliance allows you to quickly access your favourite application without the need to navigate between the various apps you own.
The LG X venture has the main focus of adventurers, since it has a number of features adapted for those who wear gloves. In addition to the physical buttons, much easier to use, the appliance has a mode for users with gloves that make the touch of the screen more touch-sensitive.
The device brings the QuickButton feature, an easy-to-access side button for the LG Outdoor Essentials application. This app brings a bundle of features like barometer, compass, calorie counter/distance, time information and flashlight.
The LG X venture is being sold in North American countries. In the next few weeks the model will arrive in some places in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
At first the design of the X venture is very similar to the Galaxy S7 active, what comes to be curious: though they are rival companies the new handset of LG also counts with mechanical buttons and rubberized finishing on the back, which at first can be seen as a choice of design based on market research to meet a much more specific audience. Of course, the fact that both the other being sold in the U.S. exclusively by the AT&T could indicate a guidance from the operator, but I don’t think that’s the case.
In any case the X venture has its own features: the “trimmed” tips give it a style itself and inside it is no tip smartphone, instead it is an intermediate device to achieve those who do not want to spend much for a device that will be heavily punished. LG equiped it with:
Soc Qualcomm Snapdragon 435, octa-core with clock of 1.4 GHz and GPU 505.
2 GB of RAM;
32 GB of internal storage (expandable via micro-SD);
5.2-inch display with full HD resolution (424 PPI);
16 megapixel main camera;
5 MP selfie camera with 120 lens;
4g/LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, A-GPS;
IP68 certification, ensuring protection against water and dust;
4,100 mah generous battery with quick Charge 2.0 support;
Android 7.0 Nougat.