FCC document reveals low-end LG X charge budget handset
The LG X charge (LG-M327) is a low-end handset that LG has been working on according to FCC documents that have been discovered. Models like the X charge are the ones that you see pre-paid carriers give away to new subscribers, or find priced at a small percentage of what it would cost you to purchase a high-end or flagship device. This is a very competitive area of the smartphone market, and some manufacturers like LG and Motorola have really been able to get their feet wet on both ends of the spectrum.
The screen of the LG X charge will carry a 720 x 1280 HD resolution. While the size of the display is unknown, based on the size of similar devices made by LG, a 5.5-inch panel seems probable. The FCC document reveals that there will be a 3.5mm earphone jack employed on the handset. Capacity of the battery is also unknown, but the FCC says the phone will come with 18-days of standby time and 10-days of talk time. And the Feds also note that the display will not flicker at a rate like to set off a seizure for those with epilepsy. That's good to know.
We imagine that the LG X charge will be in the same category as the LG X power and LG X power 2. These are also on the lower end of the smartphone spectrum except for the battery, which weighs in at a mouth-watering 4500mAh on the latest model.
There is no word on when the LG X charge will be introduced, but we wouldn't be surprised to see some more information pertaining to the device appear in the not too distant future.
source: FCC via Phandroid