So one of the forgotten names in the mobile phone industry, LG have a number of entry-level and mid-range series mobile phones in there vast catalog yet a lot of these said phones are usually only exclusive to there home country of South Korea, and do not get launched out in other countries. One such phone is the LG X4+ which launched back in early 2018. Now a new report reveals that the new device will be getting a successor this year which will be called the LG X4 (2019).
We found the details of the above mentioned phone on the Android Enterprise Device Catalog which revealed some interesting key features of the device. Furthermore, the device is set to pack a 5.7-inch display, which is a little bigger than that of the 5.3-inch screen of its predecessor, however, there is still no information on the display resolution of the device.
The phone will be comingloaded with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage but the processor is yet to be revealed. The LG X4+ is powered by a Snapdragon 425 processor, which in all honesty has gotten old now. We expect that the new model will be coming with a newer processor probably from the Snapdragon 400 series and users are expecting a Snapdragon 429. LG may also opt for a MediaTek chipset, it is a possibility afterall.
LG X4 device features leak online
The LG X4+ came with a built-in Android Nougat OSand its successor will run the Android 8.1 Oreo OS which is not the latest Operating Software out there but it is still a lot better than the Android Nougat. There is an addition of a fingerprint scanner and the devicewill also come with l NFC on board feature. The spec sheet has also revealed that the new device has support for the Zero-Touch support which more or less confirms the factthat this is an Android Enterprise recommended device.