If you are an LG loyalist and swear by using LG products, you know that ‘Life is Good’ such is the power and brilliance of their products. Especially when it comes to smartphones, LG is far superior to the competitors. LG is a kind of brand that doesn’t rest on its past laurels and try to constantly innovate and bring out new and better products for the consumers. This fact is underpinned in its line of Smartphones. After the much success of LG Bello, which was released last year, the brand has bought out its successor, LG Max.
The latest literation of the LG Max is an excellent addition to the huge list of LG’s mid-range smart phones. This new smart phone will be launched later this month but only in a few selected markets across the globe, including India and Latin American countries. This will be followed by the launch in Europe and CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries later in the 3rd quarter of 2015. Also, the phone will be launched by different names in different market, the Indian version is named as LG Max , whereas in Brazil and Chile it would be named LG Prime II and in Mexico and CIS it will be named LG Max.
Let’s take a closer look at the features of this phone
The phone will be available in 3 colour variants – Gold, Titan and White. It would also come in single and dual SIM variants.
The hardware specification is certainly not the greatest in the world but it is decent enough considering LG Max is only a mid-range phone. The phone is packed with 1.3 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM that provides a seamless user experience while multi-tasking. You can switch between the applications with utmost ease and be sure there are no lags in the performance of the phone.
Connectivity and OS
For internet connectivity and data transfer, the phone offers all the standard connectivity features including Wi-Fi, A-GPS, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 4.0. On the OS front, the LG Max will run on the latest Android OS, Lollipop 5.1.1
Under the hood of the LG Max is the powerful 2,540 mAh removable battery that powers the phone. Although, there is no official word from LG about how long the battery would last and its talk time capacity, it should have enough juice to keep your phone running for one full day with mixed usage.
Camera and Storage
One the camera front, the LG Max doesn’t disappoint the consumers at all. It comes loaded with an 8 MP rear camera, that lets you click decent quality pictures but the highlight is its front selfie focused 5 MP front camera with flash lights that lets you click brilliant quality selfie and groupie. The gesture shot feature allows you to click selfie with just your hand movements; you simply have to open and close your hand in front of the camera. So shed your camera inhibitions and enjoy and unending selfie moments.
The phone comes with an 8 GB internal memory, which is quite high considering it is only a mid-range budget smartphone. For additional memory, the phone also has microSD card support that you can use to save your multi-media files.
Not revealed yet. Considering it is a mid-range phone and with decent features and hardware specs it should be somewhere between 5K and 8K