LG X500 with 4500mAh battery unveiled in South Korea


LG has launched a budget-friendly smartphone, LG X500 with 4500mAh battery for $284 (319,000 won) in South Korea. The main highlight of LG X500 is the integration of a powerful large battery. The newly launched handset will be available for purchase via three mobile carriers starting June 9.

According to the company sources, the LG X500 is capable of delivering 20 hours of continuous video playback. Once you have charged the handset to the full capacity, you need not have to charge it again for another 20 hours. Moreover, the phone can be charged up to 50 percent in just one hour. Hence, you will be able to charge the LG X500 smartphone within two hours or less.

On the specifications front, the LG X500 features a 5.5-inch display, a 13MP rear camera coupled with 5MP front-facing snapper. The rear snapper provides support for LED flash. We don’t have any information as to when LG X500 will launch in India.

Meanwhile, Amazon is currently selling LG G6 handset at $557.49 instead of the retail price of $659.99. You will be able to save $102.50. The phone comes with a 5.7-inch display, 32GB internal storage in unlocked format. Hence, you will be able to work with the smartphone anywhere in the world with any mobile carriers.

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