LG GX: Main Specs and Availability Details now Available

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LG Gx has finally been officially announced in Korea, but if you were checking it for a while, don’t get too excited. You still have to wait until it is going to be released in early January next year and don’t forget that it will be exclusively for LG U+ customers. Despite of that, it is not at all too early to inform you about its technical specs and like that, you’ll have plenty of time to decide if this LG Gx is what you really need. To be more specific, we can tell you for sure that it will be equipped with a powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, while the 13 megapixel camera will come along with a secondary 2.1 megapixel one.

When it comes to its screen, it seems that the company has prepared for its LG Gx a large 5.5-inch Full HD display, but the resolution is still a mystery at this point, just as the OS. That’s no use that they’ve informed us about its Android Jelly Bean; we want to know the exact version, although we have all the reasons to be thinking about Android 4.4 OS.

LG Gx

LG Gx

The list also includes a number of 2GB of RAM, as well as 32GB of native storage and we cannot notice that LG has prepared even more surprises for us. What do you feel about a QRemote which could let you use your phone as a remote for several other devices as well? We see it as being a nice addition to the other specs, just as the Smart Day features which provides several details on the lock screen such as time, weather and even scheduled appointments (as our source suggest).

Rumor has it that LG Gx will be priced around 850,000 Korean Won ($808.35 USD), so it won’t be too affordable. But it is obviously that performance doesn’t come cheap, so it’s just up to you to decide if this LG Gx will actually worth such an investment.

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