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.
A sizeable full HD display, punchy processor and feature which encourages you to take lots of photos could see the battery take a beating.
I'll reserve judgment on battery life for our full review though, where we'll put the LG X Cam through its paces.
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".
This could irk some Android fans, but LG's done a good job with its overlay and it feels fresh and clean.
It also performed smoothly, and with an octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM under the hood there's more than enough power for most smartphone based activities.
The latter allows you to hold your hand up and then make a fist to trigger a three second count down timer.
LG's also packed a 2,520m Ah battery into the X Cam, although I'm wary that this phone could struggle to see out a full day on a single charge.
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.