With a name like LG X Screen, you might expect LG’s latest to have a huge or super-sharp display. It has neither. In fact, it’s a lot more interesting than that.
This is a mid-range, modestly sized Android smartphone with a decidedly outlandish component: a secondary ‘ticker’ screen positioned immediately above the main one. If that sounds familiar, you’d be right, as this setup first debuted in the US on the LG V10.
Otherwise, it’s a quietly accomplished phone that will give you a polished Android experience for a reasonable price of around £200, US$360 (roughly AU$485).
Of course, the brand new Moto G4 is better spec’d for even less money, so LG’s stand-out features will need to make a telling contribution.
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