Thursday, 27 June 2013

LG announces Optimus L4II Dual with 1GHz processor & 3.8 inch IPS display

LG added a new phone - Optimus L4II Dual, in its L series.  It is a 3G phone with two SIM card slots running on Android v4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. It is assembled with 1 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and 4 GB inbuilt memory. 

The generous 3.8 inch IPS display has 320 x 480 resolutions. Of course, the display resolution is low but no other phone in the same price bracket is offering more. 

 LG Optimus L4II Dual is outfitted with 3 megapixels camera. Certainly, it will not let you capture very crisp images but definitely you will not miss moments of your life. It lets you capture images and record VGA resolution videos to relish the memories. 

Optimus L4II Dual, the new member in L series is fueled with 1700 mAh battery. It promises a talk time of 10 hours and satisfactory standby time. 

Its SIM switch key is really worth a feature. It switches between two SIM cards and the smart forward feature allows incoming calls on one SIM to be diverted to other in case the other SIM is being used. 

The phone is absolutely worth the price (Rs. 9850) with given features and qualities. 

Pros:                                                          Cons:
3G network support                                   Low display resolutions (320 x 480)
3.8 inch IPS display                                   Poor 3MP camera
1GHz processor
1700 mAh battery
4GB built-in storage
SIM switch feature

Major competitors:
Sony Xperia E
HTC Desire C
Samsung Galaxy Fame

Android, the KING of Mobile OS!!! 

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