This is the latest midrange offering from the LG. LG X Cam features dual cameras on the rear and it says it delivers the most advanced camera experience in the midrange section. Comes with Jio 4G sim as a welcome offer. Getting into the performance and specifications review of LG X Cam mobile.
LG X Cam mobile comes with a simple design. The mobile has similarities to the LG G5. If we take a look at the back, you will see the cameras which are similar to the LG G5 construction and it really looks like the LG is pushing forward. You have a 13MP regular shooting camera and then a super wide-angle 5MP camera as well.
The entire front side looks glassy. The back is made out of plastic. And the speaker outlet is also at the back. Moving onto the sides, it has the chrome plastic. The volume rockers are placed on the left and the power button is available on the right side. The back panel is non-removable. To the left has the sim card tray.
At the bottom comes the power slot comes and a 3.5mm headphone jack is present on the top. Talking about the overall built quality the design is good and feels light. The secondary camera on the upper panel.
The three capacitive touch buttons are placed on the bottom panel. The brand name comes to the back side which looks nice. The dimensions of the design are 147.7 x 73.6 x 6.9 mm. The weight of the device is 118grams.
LG X Cam mobile is a 5.2 inch In Cell Touch display. Packing an FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Display colors of 16M. It has a pixel density a very good pixel density to give you the best viewing experience. The viewing angles seem to be good.
LG X Cam mobile is a 5.2-inch display with a hybrid dual sim facility with 4G connectivity. The device is stuffed by octa-core processor ticking at 1.14 GHz and the chipset is unspecified with Mali-T720MP3 GPU. It runs on LG UI 5.0 on top of Android Marshmallow on the box.
Consisting of 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory expandable through MicroSD slot up to 2TB. Having primary camera of (13+5) MP camera with LED flash and also has a wide angle lens of 120 degrees. 8MP secondary camera. The primary camera records video at 30fps@1080p.
Stereo speakers are available and the headset modes are Off, Bass reducer, Treble booster, Bass booster, Vocal booster, Headset enhancer, Custom. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi hotspot options are available.
It has 2520mAh polymer battery which gives enough juice for all most a day. HTML browser for browsing the internet. Comes with Proximity, Accelerometer, Digital compass, Ambient light, Hall IC sensors.
The built quality is good but we don’t expect to have a plastic body at this price and we certainly miss the metal unibody. The UI is very user-friendly and smooth while navigating. It can handle a decent level of multi-tasking but don’t expect high performance as this phone is designed to give a better camera experience.
It is just a stock android device. The design looks good and strong. All the given features are performing well and comparing to the price tag it is a very good. The keyboard is very good and easy to type, and all the control buttons are very responsive. The video playback quality is good and sound from stereo speakers is loud enough and clear.
The smartphone comes with a 2520 battery which gives you a battery life of one day with moderate to light usage, but for heavy users, this may not last a day. Coming to the gaming zone, all high-end games are running smooth and there are no frame drops. The graphic quality felt good. And the heating issue is nowhere to be seen as it has a plastic body.
Moving onto the camera part. It uses a couple of modes. It has modes such as auto pop out, panorama etc. Once you see the camera interface you will see an icon at the top which switches between wide angle and the normal angle camera.
The camera does a decent job and the color reproduction is good but the image details are not very high. Once you zoom in you will find that it contains a slight amount of noise and blur. It applies beauty filters. This is not the best camera in terms of quality and color reproduction we find in the market but it does a good job.
Overall the LG X Cam appears to be a decent smartphone. The dual cameras set is working well. It is available at a cost of Rs.21000 which is ok. The octa core processor is giving its best. The display is awesome and the viewing angles are amazing.