Images of the LG L3 II smartphone leak ahead of MWC

Images of the LG L3 II smartphone leak ahead of MWC
LG has promised to unveil a whole new series of smartphones at MWC, and judging by the invitation that we received last week, there will probably be no less than 4 new handsets. Last year, the manufacturer used the expo to introduce its stylish L-series handsets, and it seems that this time the sources are willing to believe that LG will unveil a new L II series - or in other words, a number of improved handsets that'll still try to use design as their main differentiating factor.

What we're now seeing are allegedly some blurry photos of the LG L3 II. Last year, the L3 was the most affordable device from the L series, so obviously the L3 II is to follow the same destiny. This is confirmed by the rumored specs, which include a 3.2" WVGA screen, 5MP camera and a single-core Snapdragon CPU. According to the image, the phone's model number is E435, and it will have two SIM cards. The source, however, informs that there will also be a single-SIM option with a model number of E430.

via: SlashPhone

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5 Comments

1. bparkerson unregistered

I really don't see why anyone would want to purchase this phone. Dual sim has its benefits as does a low cost option for consumers, however, there are much better alternatives to this heap...am I missing something with this device? If so, please enlighten!

2. gmracer1

Posts: 646; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

The front reminds me of an iPhone >.

3. volcano

Posts: 348; Member since: Jan 25, 2013

agree the front looks like iphone the back looks like samsung -.-'

4. gmracer1

Posts: 646; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

haha the back def does! Good call!

5. tha.fox

Posts: 100; Member since: Nov 30, 2011

Thats a Jailbroke 3gs Running android with a lg sticker!

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