T-Mobile recently released yet another Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean software update for users of the Optimus L9, this time to add “security enhancements.”
T-Mobile’s LG Optimus L9 and Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G might not be winning any awards for best smartphone on the block, but they will both be benefiting from a healthy dose of Jelly Bean 4.1.2 soon.
LG Optimus L9 users in several countries can now officially update their handsets to Android Jelly Bean.
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.
It’s not Black Friday yet but we have already looked at various leaked Black Friday ads that include plenty of Android offerings, whether smartphones, tablets or accessories.
Soon after its release in the U.S., the LG Optimus L9 has been launched in Europe too where Amazon Germany is selling it in either white or black for €299 (the unlocked version).
T-Mobile has a convincing and affordable mid-level Android phone to offer this holiday season, the LG Optimus L9. The mid-range device comes with a price tag of $79.99 with a 2-year contract, and after a mail-in rebate of $50.
As Sprint and AT&T are preparing to welcome the LG Optimus G to their embrace, T-Mobile is opting to carry its smaller and less-equipped cousin, the LG Optimus L9. Before the budget phone was even listed on T-Mo’s website, a leak suggested that it will be priced rather aggressively. Now, the price has been confirmed by the carrier.