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The South Korean electronics giant released details on two new midrange smartphones, one with two cameras and another with two screens.
A few days before MWC 2016 is set to kick off on February 21, LG announced its new X Cam (left) and X Screen handsets. The X phones are intended for the budget-minded, and feature two rear cameras and two screens, respectively.
The X Cam phone features a 5.2-inch display.
Lightweight and slim, the handset measures 147.5 by 73.6 by 5.2mm.
The handset has two rear cameras: a 13-megapixel shooter and a 5-megapixel camera.
The device can switch between a standard view and a wide-angle view, so you can fit more into each frame.
On the front is an 8-megapixel shooter.
A look at the bottom edge of the handset.
The X Cam is powered by a 2,520mAh battery and a 1.14GHz octa-core processor.
It will also run Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The LG X Screen, on the other hand, will feature a secondary 1.76-inch screen that sits above the phone's 4.9-inch display.
The smaller screen displays a welcome message, recent apps, favorite contacts and other info.
Under the X Screen's hood are a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.
The X Screen measures 142.6 by 71.8 by 7.1mm, or 5.6 by 2.83 by 0.28 inches thick.
The rear camera has 13 megapixels while the front tops out at 8.
The stylish X Screen will come in black, white and pink.
The X Cam and X Screen make their physical debut in Barcelona, Spain, at MWC 2016. Click here for more information about the handsets and follow our full MWC coverage here.
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