New LG X venture is next AT&T’s midranger

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One of the great manufacturers​ LG has just launched the LG X venture by AT&T. LG is making new midranger without shiny materials ,here is the new LG’s X venture at AT&T.They ignored the glass section and comes with a rugged feel.They have hardware navigation buttons with a rubberized plastic back.

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LG let its midranger to have its tweaked Android 7.0 Nougat. Just like the V20 and the G6 ,the X seems to be doing good with it. The X looks likes a gene of the old LG V10, back rigid rubber griped and tactile. The metal frame keeps from very cheap looking also.

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Then if you drop your phone accidentally its build to withstand the drops. It passes the 14 MIL-STD 810G tests means it  can face rain, snow, heat, cold ,water and dust like a pro. The home button has fingerprint scanner in it. The X have its volume and power keys mounted on the sides now. There’s a new red button on the side called the quickbutton , which is programmable convenience key, acts as three different shortcuts depending on whether you press, double press or press and hold.

 

There is no USB-C type in it,but a headphone jack is there and a loud speaker. The X has a 1.4 GHz qualcomm snapdragon 435 chipset and a small 2GB RAM with a 5.2 inch 1080p  LCD display.It have a great battery backup with 4100 mAh and supports quick charging by the way.The X venture have a 16 MP back and 5MP front camera and can launch the camera without waking the phone by the quickbutton also.

So overall the the X venture only costs about $330 , which is very less compared to the other flagships.But there are some features missing in this one also like the NFC and the wireless charging as well.

Here are the specs list:

  • Android 7.0
  • 1.4 GHz qualcomm snapdragon 435 chipset
  • 2GB RAM
  • 5.2 inch 1080p  LCD display
  • 4100 mAh battery
  • 16 MP/ 5MP camera

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