LG X Mach-Cheaper But Still Performs Well

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The LG X Mach will come out this month. It is cheaper and it’s also outfitted with competitive specs and a camera that does performs well in low light conditions thanks to the fact that it captures larger pixels.

It’s an Android challenger that came out of nowhere at sound-barrier-breaking speed. There’s no final LG X Mach release date or price, but the company says it’s coming to South Korea later this month. LG X Mach review Design and display
The name X Mach makes this LG phone sound like it’s a jet fighter pilot’s futuristic smartphone that is so svelte it doesn’t have any problem breaking the speed of sound too.

That’s… not really the case. Its look and feel is pretty straightforward with a minimalist front face (no buttons anywhere) and a fairly boxy look. Overall it’s actually a little chunky.

Its dimensions are 149.1 x 76.5 x 8.9mm and weighs 150g. Don’t worry, it’s what’s on the inside that counts for the LG X Mach, and it puts on a very good quad HD smile, anyway.LG X Mach review 02It has a 5.5-inch Quad HD Quantum IPS resolution that looks better than the LG X Power’s 5.3-inch screen. I could see the difference with my naked eye – the X Mach was brighter and sharper.

Like the front, the sides are devoid of buttons, reserving them for the back of the phone. The LG G5 may have changed the flagship design, but the X March rocks the classic rear volume rocker, miss it or not.

This also gives the phone a chance to incorporate a fingerprint sensor, which is becoming more meaningful with Android Pay becoming more widely implemented throughout the world.

Specs and camera
The LG X Mach wants to be the higher-end mid-range of the X Series, and it starts that off with a 1.8GHz hexa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Not bad for a mid-range.

It’s definitely not going to outperform the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge or Samsung Galaxy S7. You’re also not going to pay nearly as much for chip performance you may not ever really use.LG X Mach review 03Everyone, even casual Android owners, use their phone’s camera. So it’s good news that the LG X Mach didn’t skimp on the 12.3MP sensor. It captures larger 1.55μm pixels for better low-light photos.

The newly revealed LG X Power has a whopping 4,100mAh battery and it’s the one place where the LG X Mach falls short. But it’s not too short with a healthy 3,000mAh battery. That should be solid enough.