LG Optimus L7 II ReviewLG Optimus L7 II 7
The earpiece gets very loud at the maximum level and would be easy to hear in noisy environments. Turn it down a bit for maximum clarity. The microphone is also loud and clear if we had to nitpick we’d say voices sound a tiny bit sharp, but generally we’re happy with the call quality.
One of the biggest assets of the LG Optimus L7 II is its huge 2450mAh battery with a talks time of 12 hours and a half. It’s not like any other battery out there - LG is using SiO+ instead of the standard Lithium Ion compound.
This enhanced version of Li-Ion batteries is still researched but so far it seems the consensus is it brings a 6% improvement in capacity at the same size.
In reality, being a dual-SIM handset with bigger power draw, the Optimus L7 II needs that extra boost. It easily lasts through a day, and we’d even say for the average user it would last two days.
The LG Optimus L7 II is a dual-SIM handset at heart, meant for developing markets where the feature is hugely appreciated. It arrives for a relatively affordable price of $280 off contract (280 euro in Europe), right at the start of the mid-range segment.
The handset does not lack competition from Chinese vendors which often have superior specs but none of the software polish. Samsung is also offering a decent and slightly cheaper alternative with the Galaxy S Duos, but it runs on the dated Android ICS and has an inferior camera.
After spending a few days with the device, it is easy to like it for its just-right-size 4.3-inch screen, great dual-SIM implementation and battery, as well as for its nice and functional Optimus skin. We wish LG had nailed the performance side better - the device simply feels underpowered right now, and lag throughout the menus spoils the otherwise good impressions. If you don’t mind that constant slowdown, though, the Optimus L7 II might be just the right device.
LG Optimus L7 II Dual Video Review:
- Awesome interface
- Great dual-SIM implementation
- Vivid display
- Convenient for single handed use
- Enormous battery
- Great longevity
- Sluggish performance
- Uninspiring plastic build
1. tashreef (Posts: 476; Member since: 24 Nov 2012)
with the Ratings 10/9 Nokia lumia 720 is a good choice... for anyone who doesn't bother about the OS it's Running On....
2. guruprasad (Posts: 33; Member since: 13 Jul 2011)
with so many pros for a mid ranger and considering the price tag this phone is actually good, so it deserves 8 for its range..
3. ncarlosmiguel (Posts: 206; Member since: 14 May 2013)
Just bought this phone and it is has very good response. I'm not sure if PA's unit is a prototype or just simply outdated but my LG Optimus L7 Series II Dual is buttery smooth on 4.1.2.
4. ncarlosmiguel (Posts: 206; Member since: 14 May 2013)
LOL just 3 days and this phone got thieved in a bus on my way to work. Just sad cause this was really perfect phone for me. Think I'm gonna buy this again.
5. ashfaqk7 (Posts: 1; Member since: 27 Nov 2013)
The superb phone lg is understanding the the users really well..
The world best smartphone for battery life long n lasting battery life really a must buy phone...
|Display||4.3 inches, 480 x 800 pixels (217 ppi) IPS LCD|
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Play MSM8225, Dual-core, 1000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A5 processor
768 MB RAM
|Size||4.78 x 2.62 x 0.38 inches|
(121.5 x 66.6 x 9.7 mm)
4.07 oz (116 g)
|Battery||2460 mAh, 6.66 hours talk time|