we've seen before, QuickMemo. This lets you use your finger to write or draw on the screen, and send it to your buds. Quick Button lets you set up a button to be used to quickly start up any feature like the browser, camera or music player. Safety Care allows you to set up three options – Emergency Call Forwarding, Phone Non-Usage Notice’ and My Location Notice so that a loved one can be contacted if there is an emergency.
This week, the dual SIM version of the LG Optimus L7 II will launch in Russia, and guess what kiddies, it has QSlide! This is the multitasking feature that allows you to take two apps, make one more translucent while the other one becomes more solid. We've seen it on the LG Optimus G and it is a different and unique way to multitask. Let's say you're watching a movie and sending an email. You can have the email app look translucent while watching the movie.Then, when you need to send an email, you can use the slider to make the email app appear more solid while the movie becomes more translucent.
The LG Optimus L7 II will be equipped with a 4.3 inch IPS WVGA display with a dual-core 1GHzQualcomm Snapdrago n processor (MSM8225) under the hood. 768MBof RAM are on board with 4GB of eMMC that can be expanded using the microSD slot. A 2460mAh battery is included while the back and front cameras are 8MP and.3MP respectively. Android 4.1 is installed out of the box. QuickTranslator is also on the phone.
The LG Optimus L 5 II will have a 4.0-inch WVGA display and 1,700mAh battery while the LG Optimus L 3 II will feature a 3.2 inch QVGA IPS display and 1,540mAh battery and both will be announced at a later time. Pricing was not disclosed for any of the phones.
With over 10 million units of the original L Series having been sold, LG has the confidence to offer sequels for practically the whole line.
source: LG via UnwiredView