Popular for its "G" series, the Korean firm is credited with launching the world's first dual-core phone, first curved phone and has partnered with Google on multiple occassions to deliver Nexus devices.3. Toll Free Number: 18001809999 The LG X cam is targeted towards consumers who love quality cameras and powerful configuration. A giant in electronics, LG has been making smartphones for a long time.Here's what we know about the LG X cam and X screen release date, price and specifications. See also: What else to expect from MWC 2016 LG will officially unveil the X screen on 22 February at MWC and has stated it will "debut" in Europe (plus Asia and Latin America) in March.It hasn't announced any pricing yet, but did say its price would "rival mid-range smartphones".It will also display the time, date, battery status and other notifications which you can see without having to wake the phone and the main screen.This video shows how the second screen works: As with the other phone, the X cam will be shown for the first time at MWC on Monday.
It's always on and allows you to easily access frequently used apps, answer phone calls and control music playback.Pricing is yet to be announced for the LG X Cam, and the release date is also not nailed down with LG saying it will debut in key markets in Asia, Europe and Latin America from March.The X Cam's design is decidedly mid-range, with the all plastic body looking and feeling cheap, although it does feel solid and tapers to a 5.2mm thickness allowing it to fit nicely in the palm.We have seen that in many devices starting from HTC One M8, and in almost all of them (Qiku Q Tera being an exception) the second cam has always been used as depth sensor.LG hasn't yet revealed how it implements the dual 13MP and 5MP camera sensor, but it does promises unmatched camera experience compared to all mid-range smartphones.For selfie lovers there is an 8MP camera which works well for the users.The other camera inbuilt features include Auto Flash, Continuous Shooting, Digital image stabilization, Exposure compensation, Face detection, Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), ISO control, Touch to focus and White balance presets.The LG X Cam is one of two mid-range handsets launched by the South Korean firm at MWC 2016, and as the name suggests the big talking point here centers round this handset's camera.I always like to see flagship features cascaded down the smartphone tiers, and with the X Cam inheriting the LG G5's camera smarts it lets it have a real USP in the crowded middle tier of the market.Round the back there is a noticeable similarity between the X Cam and G5, with a large camera bump housing two sensors along with a flash and laser autofocus.There's no fingerprint sensors below on the LG X Cam though.