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LG Optimus L7 review (unlocked)

LG Optimus L7 review (unlocked)
News from CNET:

Most of the devices that LG introduced this year at Mobile World Congress have a standout feature. The LG Optimus 3D Max has, you guessed it, 3D imaging. The flagship Optimus 4X HD has its quad-core processor going for it. And the Vu can flaunt its 5-inch screen.

The LG Optimus L7, however, sadly wasn’t meant to have its own “thing.”

Designed as a midlevel Android device, the L7 has no outstanding identifying features. Its run-of-the-mill specs include a 5-megapixel camera and a disappointing 1GHz processor. However, if you consider the fact that it runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has NFC capabilities, suddenly the term “midlevel” doesn’t seem so deflating anymore.

The phone is available in multiple countries, including India and the United Kingdom, but there is no word yet on a U.S. launch. Officially, the device is priced around $ 514, but at online retailers like Amazon, the price is lowered to about $ 290.

Editors’ note: Due to their similarities, pieces of the LG Optimus L7′s Features and Performance sectio…………… continues on CNET

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LG Optimus L3 launches in Kenya to take on Ideos, Asha
News from The Star:

Friday, 29 June 2012 00:22 BY JAMES MBUGUA

The LG L3 Optimus phone is a low-cost compact phone that the Korean company has introduced into the local market as the battle to provide affordable multifunction phones rages on in Kenya. Equipped with a 3 Megapixel camera and running on Android 2.3.6, the phone takes aim at the Huawei Ideos and Nokia’s Asha range of handsets.

The touchphone has a medium-sized touchscreen and sports just one front button for taking you to the home menu. Two touch buttons for going back and for menu just like on most Android handsets sit beside the home button. There is a side volume adjustment button while for ease of listening to music with the phone in your pocket, the earphone jack is at the top of the device while the mini-USB/charging port is at the bottom.

It is not the thinnest of phones but has a textured back that provides for good grip and its touchscreen is very responsive to the touch. You will have to buy your own memory card as the phone doesn’t come with one. The screen resolution is average and could be better especially because of font sharpness and clarity. Typing on the phone’s virtual keyboard is relatively easy, the ch…………… continues on The Star

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