LG X Power 2 with massive 45000mAH battery, Android Nougat launched ahead of MWC 2017

LG has started showing its card even before the commencement of Mobile World Congress, which is just two days away. The latest card to be played by LG is a powerful smartphone which boasts of being capable of operating for an entire weekend without recharging. Power comes to LG X Power 2 courtesy a 4500mAH battery.

LG X Power 2, successor to LG X Power, was launched yesterday. Other than the power-packed battery, the phone also brings Android 7.0 Nougat on board.

The LG X Power 2 features a 5.5-inch HD display. Under the hood it carries 1.5 GHz Octa-Core processor paired with 2GB or 1.5GB RAM and 16GB ROM (expandable via microSD up to 2TB). It flaunts a 13MP rear camera and 5MP selfie snapper with LED flash for both.

Highlighting the main USP of the LG X Power 2, LG says:

“The LG X Power 2 was designed to operate for an entire weekend without recharging. Fully charged, the LG X Power 2 can playback videos continuously for approximately 15 hours, provide navigational directions for about 14 hours or surf the web for around 18 hours.1 The LG X Power 2 incorporates high-speed charging technology demanded by today’s busy users. A one hour charge provides 50 percent battery power with a full charge only requiring about two hours, twice as fast as most phones.”

Read: LG G5 Nougat update

Connectivity features of LG X Power 2 include LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth. It will be available in four color options- Black Titan, Shiny Titan, Shiny Gold, Shiny Blue. The pricing is not available right now. LG plans to launch it in Latin America in March followed by key markets in United States, Asia, Europe and other regions.

Meanwhile, LG has lined up a press event for the release of its flagship smartphone G6 tomorrow at MWC, Barcelona.

Read: Shiny black LG G6 press render surfaces online

via LG

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