LG appears to be prepping a new low-cost, entry-level device, dubbed L35 (D150), according to an UA profile unearthed from LG's very own site. The device in question is nearly identical to what Sony has in store for the price-conscious niche with its still fresh Xperia E1
. According to MyLGPhones
, the L35 will be released in European countries including Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Hungary.
So far, we have quite some information regarding the specs of LG's upcoming low-end. It's got a 3.2
-inch, 320x480 (HVGA) pixel
resolution screen, and runs on the latest build of Android Kitkat -- 4.4.2
. The L35 is apparently powered by a 1.2GHz, dual-core Snapdragon 200 (MSM8210) chip by Qualcomm, with ARM's Cortex-A7 CPU and Adreno 302 graphics (the same chip running the new Moto E
), and 512MB of RAM. The imaging department will make do with a 3-megapixel rear-facing shooter, and there's a 1540 mAh juicer keeping the lights on. The amount of on-board storage, unsurprisingly for this class, sits at just 4GB, though there is a slot for a microSD card (up to 32GB more).
The LG L35 measures in at 109.4 x 59 x 11.9 mm, and weighs 108.4 grams, and we're told to expect to see its body come in both a black and whtie version. It's currently unknown how LG will approach pricing with this very basic device, nor are we aware of the company's plans as far as an official release window is concerned.