by Rann May Smith, 1 year ago
Bell Canada recently launched LG’s 720p HD smartphone, the LG Optimus LTE, said to one of the chief competitors of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The praises it received on the first day of launch brought…
If you’re keeping tabs on what to expect at Mobile World Congress, we have new information for you! After announcing the Optimus Vu, LG has added three more devices to their lineup called the L-Style category.
According to LG, this new category refers to a ‘new design identity’ which showcases a ‘timeless design with finer details.’ The devices under this category all hold the 5 aesthetic elements which LG has set as a standard:
Included in this category are the new L-Style smartphones namely the Optimus L3, the Optimus L5, and the Optimus L7.
The Optimus L3 has been said to have a 3.2-inch display. While a Europe release has been set for March, there are no details on its North American launch yet.
Meanwhile, the Optimus L5 bears a 4-inch display and runs on the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Just like the Optimus L5, the Optimus L7 runs on ICS. It has a slightly bigger screen (4.3-inches), compared to the former.
These two devices are said to launch ‘in the first half of the year;’ which roughly means Q2. Again, there have been no details on a U.S. or Canadian launch.
Other specs of these three devices will be revealed at the MWC this weekend, so stay tuned!