LG has announced their smartphone X CAM in India which is featured with dual rear camera. This camera supports about 120-degree wide-angle lens.
The smartphone is available at the price Rs.21, 500.00. This model is available at the official Indian website of the LG, and it is available in the color variant of Titan Silver. But it is said earlier to be retailing at the best price of Rs.18, 999.00.
The phone is the Dual-Sim support with the Nano Sims and LG X Cam was unveiled for the very first time at the MWC 2016. But it has only started rolling out globally in the month of March.
Out of the dual rear camera, the other highlight of this handset LG X Cam is its 3D Arc Glass Design. This smartphone runs on the Android Marshmallow 6.0 with LG UI 5.0 Skin. This device comes with 5.2 inches full HD display with 1080×1920 pixels and In-Cell display powered by the 1.14GHz Octa-Core SoC coupled with the Mali-T720 MP3 GPU along with the 2GB of RAM.
As for the optics the LG X Cam bears with the 13MP camera in the rear end, and the front facing camera comes with 5MP. The second sensor is included with the wide-angle lens. The front facing camera with the 5 MP gives the perfect and stunning sharp images. This phone is featured with Pop out Picture which can club the six images into a motion image.
Coming to the storage segment X Cam comes with 16GB onboard storage and this phone is capable of supporting 2TB with the expandable MicroSD card in the Hybrid SIM slot. Other connectivity features included with the updated versions. Some of the features are 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.2, 3.5mm Audio Jack, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB and FM radio with RDS.
The sensors sported in this phone are proximity, accelerometer, magnetometer, and ambient light sensor. This LG X Cam weighs about 118 Grams which is light in weight. The battery comes with 2520 mAh capacity. The phone is available for purchasing in the offline retail stores in India soon, and details about this smartphone are out by the Mumbai Smartphone retailer Mahesh Telecom.