Last year, we saw the first time L-series from LG for Mobile World Congress – the next generation is ready.
Last year LG introduced their L-series during this year’s Mobile World Congress and now a couple of weeks before this year’s mobile exhibition is the LG so ready with the next generation. It writes LG in a press release.
For Mobile World Congress 2013, LG showcase Optimus L-Series II, which must follow the Nice sales figures up, as the first generation of L-series have had worldwide. With more than 10 million units sold from Optimus L-series, so are expectations for the next generation.
The design philosophy behind the new LG-series includes four new design elements, which are Seamless Layout, Laser Cut, Radiant Contour Rear Design and Smart LED Lightning on home button.
It is also possible to use the functions QuickMemo, Quick Button and Safety Care. Just as there is in some markets also come Dual SIM versions of the L-series II. However, it is not something we should expect coming on the Danish market, since we don’t have a tradition of Dual SIM phones. Optimus L7 II comes already in Dual SIM version in Russia this week.
Optimus L3 and L5 (II) (II) will be presented at a later occasion – probably the Mobile World Congress. When the phones come on the Danish market and what prices will be, remains to be seen.
Optimus L7 II specifications:
-4.3 inch WVGA IPS display
-Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
-1 GHz Dual-Core processor (Qualcomm MSM8225)
-768 MB RAM
-4 GB internal memory
-Supports microSD cards
-8 megapixel camera with LED Flash
-VGA front camera
-2,460 mAh battery
-Size: 121.5 x 66.6 x 9.7 mm (version without Dual-SIM)