Remember yesterday we reported that LG was teasing us on its Facebook page at an announcement they would be making today? Well for those who might have missed it, the company was basically posting messages on its Facebook page, capitalizing only the “L” in each word where possible. Well keeping true to their word, the company has recently unveiled announced not one, but three new Android handsets – the L7, L5, and the L3, all of which will be shown off at MWC 2012 next week.
While its internals remain somewhat of a mystery for now, the L-series will feature a thin metallic design with sharp edges along with a textured leather-like panel on its back, along with what LG is calling a “floating mass display” which is basically a display that’s closer to the surface, thus giving the illusion that it is floating. Both the LG L7 and L5 will feature Android 4.0 right out the box, with the former sporting a 4.3” display while the latter offers a smaller 4” display and are expected to be made available in Europe in the first half of 2012.
The LG L3 on the other hand will be a smaller device with a 3.2” display and will only come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread at launch, although no word if LG has plans to bump it up to Android 4.0 in the future. It is expected to be made available in Europe in March. No word on the rest of its specs, but we guess more will be unveiled at MWC 2012, so check back with us then for more information!
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