A few days after announcing a similar update for the LG Optimus L9, LG Germany announced in a blog post that the Optimus 4X HD and the Optimus L7 will be receiving the official update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean by the end of March.
We’re just about ready to wrap up our epic coverage of what’s definitely been an un-epic MWC 2013, but not before offering you a couple of extra hands-on video previews from Barcelona.
Wonder how big the budget Android phone market is worldwide? LG is here to boast just how popular its Optimus L-series smartphones are.
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.
After rolling out Android 4.1 upgrades for the Optimus Vu 2, LTE 2 and Optimus G in South Korea, three other major software bumps are expected in Asia soon.
We’re no CSI agents, but we’re almost certain LG’s teasing a new Optimus L line-up. After all, the first-gen L3, L5 and L7 were all unveiled in February 2012 at MWC, so the timing checks out.
Proving that the bragging right of selling Android devices by the millions doesn’t exclusively belong to the house of Samsung, LG has announced that its budget Optimus L-series smartphones have sold over 10 million units worldwide.
A twitter post from EV Leaks has given us an official photo of a new Boost Mobile phone model, the LG Venice. Well, the name is new at least. The leaked phone model is actually the LG Optimus L7. This is a similar move to what U.S. Cellular and LG did, renaming the L7 as the Splendor.
LG is improving its mid-range lineup in the US with the addition of the LG Splendor for US Cellular. The Splendor is actually a rebranded, slightly modified version of the international LG Optimus L7, which was first announced at MWC this year.
Having a smartphone not only removes the need to wear a wristwatch, but it is also quite handy to quickly jot down some information when a piece of paper and pen are out of grasp. LG gets the frustration that some have over the issue, an hence, alongside the new Optimus 3.0 UI overlay, they introduced the note-taking application QuickMemo. The QuickMemo app first found its home in the LG Optimus 4X HD, but it looks like LG is ready to bring the app to a wider audience. As announced by the company, QuickMemo will be heading to the entire…