One of the biggest complaints*people have*with their smartphones, whether they use*Android or*Apple, is battery life. Sometimes it doesn’t even make it through the day, or maybe it just slowly drains, and you get less and less juice from it. Well,*Cricket Wireless has*teamed up with LG to
release a new smartphone

*which may solve that problem. It is called the LG X Power, and some of the features involved are impressive for the price.
The LG X Power features a 4,100 mAh battery*which supposedly*lasts an average of two days. On top of the extended battery life, the device*comes equipped with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 which charges much faster than a standard charger.
Aside from the battery advantages and a special charger, the LG X Power has a couple other interesting features. LG is expanding your “selfie” options. You can set your camera to take automatic selfies by just looking at your device with a feature called “Auto Shot”. To go along with its new auto shot feature, the X Power will also come equipped with a flash for your front camera.
If the bells and whistles aren’t what you are concerned about, here are the
basic specs


  • Android 6.0 OS
  • 1.1 GHz processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 8-megapixel front camera
  • 13-megapixel rear camera
  • 5.3 inch display with*720×1280 resolution
  • 16GB of storage

Looking at the specs, I wouldn’t be surprised if the phone lags a little with heavy use, but overall it looks like a good midrange phone for the price and the battery life will be great.
The LG X Power will be available on August 26 and have a promotional*cost of $129.99 for anyone*bringing their number to Cricket, with*a regular price of $159.99. Cricket’s no-contract smartphone plans start at around $35 per month. For more information on Cricket Wireless plans and phones,
visit the Cricket website

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