[MWC 2012] LG has just officially unveiled the Optimus L3, which is an entry level Android smartphone that comes with a 3.2″ display alongside Android 2.3 Gingerbread – too bad, as that means you will need to wait for an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to come in due time, assuming LG wants to work on such a software update, that is. A 1,500 MAh battery ought to be decent enough to last you the entire working day like any other decent smartphone should. Enjoy the photo gallery in the extended post, alongside additional specifications.
The LG Optimus L3 will run on an 800MHz processor, but it ought to keep you connected to the Internet with enough speed thanks to HSDPA 3.6Mbps connectivity, but power users will definitely lament the lack of LTE support. As for the megapixel count, the Optimus L3 also falls short with just 3-megapixels, but that is expected considering this is an entry level smartphone to begin with. It measures a mere 11.7mm thin, and boasts one of the largest displays – 3.2″ with QVGA resolution in its class. No idea on pricing just yet.
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