LG has just made it official: their new Optimus L Series, named L Series II, is going to be presented at Mobile World Congress aka MWC. Like the first edition, the Series II will feature three handsets, the Optimus L3II, L5II and L7II. Each model has a different form-factor, but are built using the same design language. LG promotes the following features: Seamless Layout, Laser-cut contours, Radiant rear design and multi-color LED lighting Home button.Some of the design elements are borrowed from the LG Optimus G, but overall, it’s fair to say that the L-Series is a more affordable option from LG. LG has released the specifications of the Optimus L7II, and this confirms the low-end ambitions of those products. The L7II uses an older Snapdragon 1GHz dual-core processor (MSM8225) and features a 800×480 IPS display. The highlights are: it’s dual-SIM, has Android 4.1 and a 2460mAh battery which should help the phone stay up for a couple of days.
The LG Optimus L has been introduced in February 2012 at Mobile World Congress with the LG Optimus L3. In the following months, two more models were released to the market. Right now, the LG Optimus G remains the top LG smartphone, and its Google variant, the Nexus 4 has been quite successful too. Ubergizmo is an official media partner of Mobile World Congress, so keep an eye on our coverage there.
Optimus L7II Key Specifications
• Chipset: 1GHz Dual-Core (Qualcomm MSM8225)
• Memory: Up to 4GB eMMC / 768MB RAM / Micro SD
• Display: 4.3-inch WVGA IPS
• Camera: Rear 8.0MP with LED Flash / Front VGA
• OS: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
• Battery: 2,460mAh
• Size: 121.5 x 66.6 x 9.7 mm / 122.2 x 66.6 x 9.7 mm (Dual-SIM)