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Mobile & Wireless

LG launches triple-Sim Android phones in Brazil

Thursday 15 August 2013 | 15:42 CET | News
LG announced the launch of its Optimus L II line of Android smartphones in Brazil. This includes five models in multiple configurations, with prices ranging from BRL 329 to BRL 899. The entry model is the Optimus L1 II (BRL 329 with one Sim, BRL 359 with two and BRL 399 with three), with a 3-inch screen with low resolution (240 x 320 pixels), 2 MP camera without flash, 1 GHz processor and 4 GB of internal memory, expandable with microSD cards. 

The Optimus L4 II has a 3.8-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, 3.15 MP rear camera with flash, front camera for video calls, 1 GB processor and 4 GB memory internal, expandable with microSD cards. It also has a digital TV Tuner compatible with the Brazilian Interactive TV system. It is available with one Sim slot (BRL 469), two (BRL 519) or three (BRL 549) Sims. 

Finally, the Optimus L7 II is the flagship of the new family, with a 4.3-inch IPS screen with 480 x 800 resolution, 8 MP camera with flash, 1 GHz dual-core processor, 8 GB of internal memory and microSD card slot. It will be available in single-Sim (BRL 839) and dual-Sim (BRL 899) versions. 

Also announced were the LG Optimus L3 II with 3.2-inch screen, 3 MP camera and 1 GHz processor (BRL 379 single-Sim, BRL 449 dual-Sim) and the Optimus L5 II with 4-inch screen, 5 MP camera with flash and 1GHz processor (BRL 599 single-Sim, BRL 679 dual-Sim). 


Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: LG
Countries: Brazil
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