AT&T, a multi-national telecommunications company, adopts LG’s Escape 2 as one of their handset models. Escape 2 comes as a level-entry model with equally affordable price of $9.00 per month on AT&T Next 12 plan; $ 7.50 per month on Next 18 plan; $6.00 on Next 24 plan; and $0.99 for a 2-year contract. For those who are not interested in availing the said plans, the model can be acquired for $200 without the contract.
Enough of the price digits, let’s begin to talk about what LG has to offer within the frames of Escape’s successor. Apparently, we can see the unique curved design and a barely 5-inch body. The 4.7” curved HD LCD screen with razor-thin bezels falls under the category of ‘decent’ enough displays.
Lurking from behind the façade is a conglomerate of chips including the Snapdragon 410 with quadcore processor clocking at 1.2GHz. Performance is rather intensified by Google Lollipop Android and Adreno 306 for graphics processing unit. How we wish we could be thrilled by RAM but this time, LG somewhat let us down by endowing Escape 2 a mere 1GB of it.
We can also see an 8MP sensor rounding at the back but another 1-er graces the front—the humble 1MP sensor for selfie shots. But don’t look forlorn just yet as camera features include Gesture Shot, Glance View, KnockOn and Knock Code. If you want to check out the major specs for Escape 2, just have a look underneath:
LG Escape 2 Specifications
- Dimension : 133.4 x 66 x 9.9 mm, 119g
- Display : 4.7” HD IPS LCD screen, 720 x 1280 pixels resolution
- CPU/Chipset : Snapdragon 410, 1.2GHz Quadcore processor
- GPU :Adreno 306
- OS : Android Lollipop 5.0
- RAM : 1GB
- Storage : (internal) 8GB; (external) via microSD of up to 32GB
- Camera : (primary) 8MP with LED flash assist; (front) 1MP
- Battery : 2100 mAh