LG did introduce a number of entry level smartphones a while back, and it looks as though the consumer electronics giant is ready to roll them out to the mass market. The LG L Fino as well as the LG L Bello smartphones were introduced to Brazil earlier this week, where other countries throughout emerging markets in Latin America will follow suit as well. For those who happen to live all the way on the Old Continent and in Asia, fret not, as your respective markets ought to also see the introduction of both handsets, in addition to the Commonwealth Independent States.
Here is a quick recap on what you might want to check out for both handsets just before you take the plunge. The LG L Fino will be powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, accompanied by a 4.5″ WVGA IPS display with a pixel density of 207ppi, has an 8MP shooter at the back and a 1,900mAh battery, all of it running on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and LG’s Knock Code unlock feature.
As for the LG L Bello, this happens to be a larger sized version as it carries a 5″ FWVGA IPS display with 196 ppi pixel density, a 2,540mAh battery, and a microSD memory card slot. There is no definite word on pricing just yet, but we do know that the LG L Fino will arrive in white, black, gold, red and green shades, with the L Bello appearing in black, white and gold.