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LG launches a triple-SIM smartphone, the Optimus L1 II Three

by on10 February 2014 1680 times

LG has unveiled its new smartphone - Optimus L1 II Three. According to the built-in components, it is evident that it is only an entry model in the world of smart phones, but is special in one way.

The device comes with a display of 3 inches, has a resolution of 240x320 and a pixel density of 133 ppi. It can display only 256,000 colors. It is powered by Qualcomm MSM7225 Snapdragon S1-AB SoC clocked at 1.0 GHz, while in charge of the graphics is Adreno 200 chip. As far as memory LG has installed 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory which is expandable via micro SD cards up to 32 GB. For photographing there is 2 MP camera that can record videos in VGA quality. Smartphone is powered with a battery that has a capacity of 1540 mAh.

Although at first glance to these specifications do not allocate too much from similar models offered by other manufacturers, LG has provided a slight advantage. Optimus L1 II Three supports three SIM cards, which will be useful to all those who need to have multiple phone numbers. This model is equipped with LG's Android operating system in version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Optimus L1 II Three is currently available in the Brazilian market at a price of $127, and for now it is not known whether LG intends to offer it at the other global markets.

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