LG refreshes Android portfolio at Mobile World Congress

LG refreshes Android portfolio at Mobile World Congress

LG has refreshed its Android portfolio at Mobile World Congress, shedding details on a number of devices.  From the top on down, things are new and improved for the handset maker and momentum should continue to build for LG.

Quick details for each model include:

The Optimus G Pro features a 1.7GHz Qualcomm quad-core processo, 2GB RAM and a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel, 5.5-inch IPS display. Powered by Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, this is the flagship experience for 2013.

The Optimus F7 and F5 are the mid-range models, providing 4.7-inch and 4.3-inch displays, respectively. Both run Android 4.1.1, the F7 is a dual-core 1.5GHz experience while the F5 is a 1.2GHz model. These are considered the “4G LTE for the masses” line.


On the lower end of the LG spectrum, the Optimus L3 II, L5 II, and L7 II update the company’s entry level models. None of them employ 4G LTE connectivity but are designed with four elements in mind: Seamless LayoutLaser Cut ContourRadiant Rear Design and a home button with Smart LED Lighting. The L7 II has a 4.2-inch, 800×480-pixel screen, the L5 II a 4-inch 800×480 screen, and the L3 II a 3.2-inch 320×240 screen.

Finally, LG has updated its Vu model with specs that include 2GB RAM, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera, and the 5-inch display with 4:3 aspect ratio.



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