The LG X Power made its way to the United States last month via Cricket Wireless and more recently, reached Sprint and Boost Mobile. Now, U.S. Cellular has joined the growing list of providers to offer the device and its mammoth 4100 mAh battery. Additionally, those looking for a tablet can now grab LG's G Pad X II 10.1 through the carrier.
X Power includes a large display, though its name relates to battery power rather than horsepower. The 5.3-inch panel is of 720 x 1280 resolution, while the handset gets Qualcomm's Snapdragon 212 and 1.5 GB RAM. There's an 8-megapixel main camera on the back with LED flash and auto-focus, while the X Power's 5-megapixel shooter will take care of your selfie needs. The device ships with 16 GB storage, which can be expanded thanks to the microSD slot. The aforementioned 4100 mAh capacity of the battery allows the device to live up to LG's promised two-day battery life, as we discovered when we reviewed the X Power.As you can see above, the
The LG G Pad X II 10.1, meanwhile, gets a 10.1-inch 1200 x 1920 display, Snapdragon 617 with 2 GB RAM, 16 GB expandable storage and 5-megapixel snappers on the front and rear. In-keeping with the theme of sizeable batteries, the juice pack of the G Pad X II 10.1 is a substantial 6000 mAh in capacity.
The LG X Power is available prepaid for $149.99 though U.S. Cellular provides several instalment plans spread over 24 or 30 months if you want to take the $0 down route. The G Pad X II 10.1 is available $149.99 on a two-year contract, or you can pay nothing and spread the cost over time.
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