New Delhi: Introducing the new Optimus L SeriesII, LG has unveiled three new smartphones - Optimus L3II, Optimus L5II, and Optimus L7II. LG has not revealed the full specifications of the Optimus L3II, Optimus L5II, however the company has divulged specifications of the Optimus L7II, which has a 4.3-inch WVGA IPS display.
The Optimus L7II is powered by a 1GHz Dual-Core (Qualcomm MSM8225) processor and has 768MB RAM. The phone sports an 8 megapixel rear camera with LED Flash and a front VGA camera. It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The dual SIM version of the Optimus L7II will be the first of the new series to launch, making its debut in Russia this week. The Optimus L7II will include LG's unique UX features such as QSlide and QuickTranslator.
Availability of the Optimus L3II with 3.2-inch QVGA IPS display and 1,540mAh battery and the Optimus L5II with a larger 4.0-inch WVGA display and 1,700mAh battery will be announced at a later date.
The dual SIM version of the Optimus L7II will be the first of the new series to launch, making its debut in Russia this week.
The design philosophy of L SeriesII is said to be enhanced to include four new design elements: seamless layout, laser cut contour, radiant rear design and smart LED lighting on the home button.
The new L SeriesII also offers features including those unique to LG smartphones such as QuickMemo, Quick Button and Safety Care. QuickMemo allows users to capture and share handwritten ideas with others using just a fingertip.
Quick Button enables customers to personalise a hotkey to launch any app such as the camera, browser, music player or even QuickMemo. Safety Care offers three options - Emergency Call Forwarding, Phone Non-Usage Notice and My Location Notice - which can be programmed to contact a loved one in case of an emergency.
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