LG L-series terminals have performed more than decent on the Android smartphone market, due to their competitive prices and specifications ranging from low to mid-end. The L-series smartphones are the cheapest models in LG’s line-up and were designed to be sold via the big network operators.
LG Optimus L7 is the middle of the series of devices currently available on the market and comes with decent specifications and an appearance that fits into latest trends of the smartphone business.
Because MWC 2013 is not too far away and LG is among the producers expected to announce the new range of terminals for this year, we find that this includes some new devices in the L series II. LG Optimus L7 II Dual appeared on the Internet, along with photos and specifications for what is believed to be the first in a new class of mobile terminal from the Korean manufacturer.
According to sources, LG Optimus L7 II Dual will offer a 4.3-inch screen and as the name suggests, is capable of hosting two different SIM cards at the same time (Dual SIM). The smartphone is powered by a dual-core modest processor, clocked at 1GHz – which seems to be the basic configuration for mid-range devices offered this year.
We have no clue about the resolution of the LCD IPS display, but we know that the terminal has a battery of 2,460 mAh, which could have stood against a large number of pixels. L7 II Dual is running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is said to cost about $432, contract free. It will be available in Russia starting next month.