AT&T Lists Unannounced LG Escape 2 On Its Website
Mobile carrier network, AT&T, is featuring LG Escape 2 (H443), the phone which it hasn’t announced officially.
The reasons behind this unusual act are not known until now. But it can be said with fair conviction that AT&T is going to entice many buyers with the nice features of the Escape 2.
The 4.7-inch device has been equipped with a quad-core processor, which works with 1GB of RAM. The phone offers 8GB space for internal storage along with an option for expansion–up to 32 GB via microSD slot– of the memory.
For imaging tasks, an 8MP rear snapper is coupled with a front facing selfie cam. The phone depends upon 2100mAh battery for running its operations. As per the operating system, the handset comes with pre-installed Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The smartphone allows its buyers to taste the flavor of numerous popular features of LG mobiles. Some of them are: QSlide multi-tasking, KnockOn, Knock Code, Quick Memo+, Gesture Shot, and so on.
QSlide multi-tasking makes switching off between two apps possible. KnockOn, as the name suggests, enable users to wake the phone by tapping the screen. On the other hand, Knock Code can be used to specify tapping pattern to lock or unlock the phone.
The most interesting feature comes by the name of Gesture Shot. Using this, phone owners can order the selfie camera, by waving their hand, to take a selfie picture. Writing memos become a piece of cake with Quick Memo+.
Little about design, the phone comes with LG’s rear power and volume buttons. The phone gives appearance similar to LG G Flex and LG G Flex 2 because of its curved edges.
Anyone can buy the LG Escape 2 from AT&T for $179.99 off-contract. The phone is being offered with several–20 months, 24 months and 30 months– contract options as well.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.