LG X Charge will Arrive at Xfinity Mobile Equipped with 4,500 mAh Battery

The X Charge smartphone developed by LG will now arrive at Xfinity Mobile which is equipped with 4,500 mAh battery capacity. LG X Charge has been introduced recently and the device has hit the market with a display screen of 5.5-inch.

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LG X Charge will now arrive at Xfinity Mobile

For all those Xfinity Mobile users who have restrained themselves from purchasing the high-end smartphones can go for the LG X Charge. Reports have also said that the Moto Z2 Play can also be considered for the Xfinity Mobile as it falls under the network of Verizon.

Being a brand of Comcast Cable, Xfinity is used for marketing telephone, internet, wireless services and cable television. And the news of the LG X Charge arriving at the Infinity Mobile has excited many. It seems that the battery capacity of the smartphone is extremely powerful as the sources have stated that battery of the device can sustain up to an entire weekend only by charging the device once.

Talking about the camera of the LG X Charge, the device is equipped with the 13MP back camera while the front shooter of the newly launched smartphone is of 5MP. The device is powered by the chipset 1.5 GHz octa-core.

Coming to the storage of the LG X Charge, it bears an internal memory of 16GB while the RAM of the device is of 2GB. However, the smartphone developed by the South Korean tech giant runs on Android 7 Nougat.

It has been said that the smartphone will be officially available in the market from June 30 and you can certainly get it from the website of Xfinity. And talking about the price of the device, it is unknown as of now. Therefore, people are waiting for the price to get unveiled.

However, many users are quite exhilarated to get their hands on the LG X Charge.

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