LG Optimus L4 II and L4 II Dual will be available in Russia this summer

LG Optimus L4 II and L4 II Dual will be available in Russia this summer

It looks like LG is expanding their L-series with two new devices according to the Russian website Hi-Tech.Mail.Ru. According to their sources, LG will begin releasing the LG Optimus L4 II and LG Optimus L4 II Dual in Russia sometime this June.

As far as specs go, the Optimus L4 II and Optimus L4 II Dual will both run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The L4 II will feature a 3.8 inch HVGA (480 x 320) True IPS display, will include the HSDPA protocol, a single-core 1GHz MediaTek MT6575 processor, a 3MP rear camera, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, and a 1,700 mAh battery. It will cost around $173 (U.S.).

The Optimus L4 II Dual looks slightly different from the L4 II, but other than design differences and supporting two SIM cards, it’s exactly the same device. It’s going to be slightly more expensive than the L4 II at $189 (U.S.).

Note: Both the LG Optimus L4 II and L4 II Dual will more than likely only be available in Europe and Asia.

 

 

 

Source: Unwired View

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