LG X Charge Rocks 4500mAh Battery with Xfinity Mobile Michael Kwan June 29, 2017 News When it comes to shopping for a new smartphone, what are your top priorities? Is it the camera? The screen? The gimmicky extra features or the fingerprint sensor? If you value battery life above all else, the new LG X Charge will keep you going and going with its positively massive 4,500mAh battery. That’s huge. Yuge, even. The good folks at LG Electronics USA just announced the all new smartphone for Xfinity Mobile, the new wireless service being offered by Comcast in the United States. It follows in the footsteps of last year’s LG X Power by providing an even larger battery. The LG X Power had a 4100mAh battery, by comparison. And just like everything else in the X series from LG, the LG X Charge necessarily sacrifices in some other areas in order to provide you with the bigger battery and the lower price point. The 5.5-inch display is merely a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, for instance, and the front camera boasts a paltry five megapixels. Around the back, you’ll find a 13MP main shooter with a soft LED flash. Rounding out the spec sheet, we find a 1.5GHz octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, microSD expansion (up to 2TB), Android 7.0, and a very reasonable 8.4mm profile. With Xfinity Mobile, you gain access not only to the “nation’s largest and most reliable 4GB LTE network,” but also the “largest W-Fi network” for optimal coverage and a great “entertainment experience.” No word on pricing, but the LG X Charge will be available in stores and online starting tomorrow. Share This With The World!