LG has unveiled the successor to their L Series line of devices at MWC 2013. Conveniently named as the L II Series, these smartphones all run on Android and sports different screen sizes from the L3 II, L5 II, and the L7 II. The L3 II was already launched in Brazil via a presser from LG while the other two devices is still yet to see an official launching.
As for specs, the L3 II is the least stellar of these line of devices but that would mean that it will cost lesser than its brethren. The L3 II, sports just a 3.2" (320x240) IPS display, a 1GHz single-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and microSD card support.
Next, LG has the L5 II, a slightly bigger device from that of the L3 II, of course. The device also runs on Android 4.1 Jelly and sports a 4" (800x480) IPS display, 1GHz MTK single-core processor, 4GB of internal storage, 512MB RAM, and a microSD card slot.
Last but definitely not the least of the L II series is the cream of the crop, the L7 II. Remember that the L Series is not LG's flagship or high-end line of smartphones, these are entry-level or the mid-range line from the Korean phonemaker. The L7 II runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 4.3" (800x480) IPS display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, 4GB of internal storage, 768MB of RAM, and a microSD card slot.
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