LG works on new budget smartphone

LG works on new budget smartphone

Nowadays there is a smartphone for everyone but if you do not want to spend too much on a new smartphone then you can look at an upcoming model by LG that will be known as Optimus L1 II Tri.

The new model will be a budget-oriented one but this does not stop it from supporting three SIM cards. The device measures 102.6 x 58.9 x 13.3 mm and weighs 104.6 grams with these dimensions packing a 3-inch sensor display at 240 x 320 pixels, a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7225A-AB single core ARM Cortex-A5 processor at 1 GHz and PowerVR SGX531 graphics. The rest of the specs continue with 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, a microSD/SDHC card slot (up to 32 GB), a rear 2 MP camera, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, a FM radio, a GPS receiver and a 1540 mAh battery.

The LG L1 II Tri will be available in black, white and pink and will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The smartphone will sell for USD 127.

Source: LG

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