The LG X line of phones launched earlier this year with two options, the X Cam and X Screen, and now LG is announcing another four options: the X Power, X Mach, X Style, and X Max.
In its press release, LG did not release a full set of specs for any of the devices.
LG mention in its press release that each new device in the X series lineup have a unique feature which is matched to a specific user need or interest, such as greater battery capacity, faster processor, more sophisticated styling or a larger display.
The LG X power has a 7.9mm body, a huge 4,100mAh battery and fast charging technology, enabling it to charge at "twice the normal speed.
The X Mach is all about faster speeds, both for processing and wireless data.
It supports LTE Cat. 9 3CA data transfer speed and is powered by a speedy 1.8GHz processor to deliver top performance and speed. It also includes 5.5-inch quad-HD 1,440 x 2,560 display.
The X max sports a large display for an enhanced viewing experience, making it the ideal phone for consuming multimedia content, and that's all LG was prepared to say about it at this time.
The X Style has an "extra-slim body" and "gracefully curving lines," although LG doesn't state exactly how thin the phone's body is or exactly how graceful the phone's lines are.
LG hasn't released photos of all four phones, either. Also no pricing or release dates have been announced.
Those details sound like they'll be arriving soon enough, though, as LG promises more specifics on its new X phones – including all-important pricing and release-date info – as it starts getting ready to bring these phones to markets around the globe.