The Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the LG Optimus L5 II are apparently heading to Bell Canada, if one well-known Twitter account is to be believed. Read on for more details!
The Dual-SIM versions of the LG Optimus L5 II and the Optimus L7 II will be called the Optimus Duet and Optimus Duet+ in Taiwan
We know, LG’s Optimus L reboot turned out to be fairly unimpressive, but folks looking for style and not much oomph should still give the L3 II, L5 II and L7 II a chance.
Although LG tried to make it look like the Optimus L II family was entirely new during MWC, some of you probably remember seeing the trio earlier.
Coinciding with its display at MWC, LG has released a new video showing off the features of its new Optimus L Series II range of smartphones.
Well, this is a disappointment. LG’s supposed grand MWC outing, teased quite heavily in the past weeks, turned out to be nothing more than a recap of previously released and/or leaked devices.
The new LG Optimus L5 II will become available first in North America, Europe, and Asia, according to information found on the Bluetooth SIG web site.
LG has just announced three phones that are so forgettable that we’ve already forgotten about them. Seriously, they’re the same phones from 2012, except they run a newer version of Android.
LG has started teasing the new Optimus L series with an “unexpected distinction” last week, but, with MWC still a little ways down the road, we wouldn’t have expected to hear a whole lot about the phones so soon.
The popular LG Optimus L-series smartphones are due for a refresh. Are these the specs of the revamped models?