LG Ray Mid-Range Phone Still Boasts Big Screen, Many Megapixels Michael Kwan November 25, 2015 News You are my sunshine. My only sunshine. You make me happy, because you’re cheap. If you’re in the market for a ray of sunshine in your smartphone life, the newly announced LG Ray could find its way up your darkened alley with its big display and high resolution cameras. Make no mistake: This is not a flagship killer like how the OnePlus 2 is supposed to be. It likely won’t even compete against the OnePlus X. Instead, this mid-range Android smartphone falls more into the pocket-friendly arena for our readers in Latin America and the Commonwealth of Independent States. As can be expected, the design of the LG Ray follows much of the rest of the LG stable. Like the LG G4 Vigor, it has its power and volume buttons located around the back, just below the 13-megapixel camera. If you’re more into selfies, the 8-megapixel shooter up front should do you just fine. Even though the LG Ray has a 5.5-inch display, it only has a 720p resolution, resulting in a less than desirable pixel density. The rest of the specs are equally middling with an octa-core processor of unknown origin, a single gig of RAM, 16GB base storage, and a microSD card slot. Battery life shouldn’t be a problem, though, as it’s got a 3,000mAh battery under its plastic hood. You really shouldn’t be surprised to hear that a wallet-friendly mid-ranger is made of plastic, right? The LG Ray should be making its way to retailers in time for the Christmas shopping season. Via Mobileburn Share This With The World!