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Indonesia IDR 1,899,000
Malaysia MYR 310
Philippines PHP 10,595

LG X power K220 Expert Reviews

pinoytechblog.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-09
In a time when ‘budget' products allow companies to reach a wider fanbase, LG takes its shot at the budget phone craze with the LG X Power. The X Power takes a relatively low price point and combines it with decent specs, and a really powerful battery.Upo...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The LG X Power is out to solve my biggest complaint about smartphones: poor battery life. And it's doing it within the less expensive mid-range category.It's an issue that hits close to home when I'm far away, like when I traveled to Seoul, South Korea to...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-22
Outstanding battery life, Nice body heft, Decent overall performance, Great rear cameraHybrid Dual SIM Tray, Washed out colors on display
LG has recently released a budget device this past Holiday season in the form of the X Power, a 5.3-inch smartphone with a 4,100mAh battery to boot. Is it worth your money? Here's our review.Released in the local stores last October, the X Power poses to...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-11-03
Super long battery life, generally good all round performance, looks more expensive than it isNo 5GHz WiFi support, somewhat bland screen colour, lower resolution cameras than specified
I find LG a little hard to understand sometimes. It certainly has innovative new features in its (now two models of) premium phones. But it keeps on introducing features to its lower priced models that might well be of interest to premium buyers, were the...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-25
Slim, lightweight build, Good overall performance, Long battery life, Expandable storageDim display, Heavy UI layer, Mediocre camera
Phones keep getting bigger and better, but battery life remains largely the same. The aptly named $129.99 LG X Power is a step in a different direction. It packs a positively massive 4,100mAh battery into a slim and lightweight build, while offering solid...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-23
slim and light casing, superb battery life, low power consumption, battery recharges quickly, USB OTG, decent GPS module, good photo quality, high-contrast screen, casing stays coolslow access of storage, low Wi-Fi transmission rates, screen's bluish tint and low brightness, adware preloaded, poor camera quality in low light
Long lasting. LG's X Power wants to persuade with a gigantic battery and little price. The Korean manufacturer also treats it to a quick charge feature, and USB OTG that allows recharging friends' smartphones. Find out just how long the battery really las...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-21
Top-tier battery lif, Superaffordabl, Expandable micro USB storageLackluster displa, Weak rear camera and speake, No removable battery or USB-C
The LG X power's battery life is amazing. In fact, it's so good that when other phones are left gasping for juice at the end of the day, the X power marches on. Then consider that, after deals and rebates from certain carriers, the LG X power's unlocked $...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Smartphone battery life is usually a day at most if you don't flog it too much. LG's new X Power, Android smartphone delivers on its promises.In reviewing the phone, I was mindful that a) at $349 it was not a flagship class phone and b) it was designed fo...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-10-10
Low price, Large batteryBattery should last even longer, Strong competitors, Mediocre camera
It's called the X Power because it has a 4,100mAh battery which is the biggest on the market. The next largest is the 4,000mAh unit in the excellent Huawei Mate 8 . Even the iPhone 7 Plus hits just 2,900mAh. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is 3,600mAh.Why star...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2016-10-08
The LG X Power is meant to be all about delivering premium core features at an affordable price. There are plenty of mid-range devices available in Australia at the moment and we have reviewed many of them here at Ausdroid. Mid-range is mid-range for us t...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Massive battery, Lightweight design, Plenty of memory card expansion, Low priceLow-resolution screen, Mediocre processor, Camera performance is dull, Not ideal for demanding apps and games
The list of things you can do with a smartphone seems to get longer every couple of years, but one bugaboo that always seems to stand in the way is battery life. Keeping the lights on and the data flowing requires more and more under the hood, which expla...
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tech-boom.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-29
LG X Power is a smartphone Android incredible autonomy, superior in durability to any other model on the market by price range.The design of the LG X Power is not particularly sophisticated in appearance, preferring practicality. For example, the body is...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Huge 4,100mAh battery, More affordable priceBigger bezel stands out, Doesn't have all LG UX 5.0 features
The chipset in question is called the helio P10 and, in a few words, it brings high performance at a low cost. It comes with a 1.8GHz octo-core processor and the Mali-T860 GPU, which boasts a clock speed of up to 700MHz.You can read more information about...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-09-16
Huge 4,100mAh battery, More affordable priceBigger bezel stands out, Doesn't have all LG UX 5.0 features
The chipset in question is called the helio P10 and, in a few words, it brings high performance at a low cost. It comes with a 1.8GHz octo-core processor and the Mali-T860 GPU, which boasts a clock speed of up to 700MHz.You can read more information abo...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-31
In the mid-range segment of the smartphone market you really have two types of products. The first are smartphones like the Moto G, which try to provide a good all-around experience. They aren't really exceptional in any respect, but the hope is that prov...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-25
Fairly affordable, Excellent battery life, Decent performance, Decent image quality from both rear and front cameraVery limited onboard storage, less than 7GB available, Uninspiring, plastic design, Onscreen keyboard vibration feedback is poor, making typing slower
If you want a dirt-cheap phone with a huge battery, LG has got something for you. The LG X Power is a plastic phone with a generic design, but what makes it worth a look is what's under the hood: a giant, 4100mAh battery. The LG X Power features a 5.3” d...
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Bcchardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-12
Fantastic battery life, Drawing on your phone, Photo editing on the go, Video editing on the spot, Extra storage, Thin and lightweight, Colorful app folders, Customizable buttons, Customizable home screensSpeaker on the back, Having to fuss around with the brightness, Voice to text/google voice a bit slow to respond
& FeaturesLife's Good when you're looking towards a bright future. LG has been around since 1958 when they started by out bringing affordable TVs, radios and other affordable appliances to consumers. As technology has progressed, so has LG and they have...
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mobilesyrup.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-11
Fantastic battery life, Light & slim, Relatively fast chargingRuns hot, Lacklustre processing power, Poor quality rear-facing camera, Very poor sound quality
I have gone on record stating that one of the most important things to me in a phone is the battery. After all, what good is a zippy processor and high-quality camera if your phone craps out mid-way through the day?After spending a month with the LG X Pow...
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canadianreviewer.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-24
LG's shaking up the midrange with its LG X Power smartphone. This device features a whopping 4,1000 mAh battery which doesn't only extend usage time significantly, the LG X Power is designed to act as an external charger for other smartphones, headphones...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-17
Huge 4,100mAh battery, More affordable priceBigger bezel stands out, Doesn't have all LG UX 5.0 features
The LG X Power is out to solve my biggest complaint about smartphones: poor battery life. And it's doing it within the less expensive mid-range category.It's an issue that hits close to home when I'm far away, like when I traveled to Seoul, South Korea to...
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