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US Cellular’s LG Optimus F7 now available for $99.99

The LG Optimus F7 is now available from US Cellular, providing another option for those seeking for a mid-range handset.

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The Optimus F7 has a price of $99.99 with a two-year contract. According to US Cellular’s product page for the device, this is a discounted price, from the original price of $399.99.

The handset features support for 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.1 operating system, access to Google Play, and a 720p True High Definition IPS display measuring 4.7 inches diagonally. Wi-Fi 802.11 a, b, g, n as well as Bluetooth Version 4.0 LE+EDR Stereo are also supported.

Meanwhile, inside, the smartphone packs a 1.5GHz dual core processor, 2 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, and a microSD memory card slot for an extra 32 GB.

Adding to the list of specifications is an 8 MP rear-facing camera with flash, 1080o video recording, and a live zooming feature during video playback. This is complemented by a 1.3 MP front-facing camera.

The battery, for its part, is a 2540mAh Lithium ion one, which promises 13 up to hours of talk time, and 12.5 days of standby on a single charge.

US Cellular’s product page for the LG Optimus F7 also gives emphasis on several highlights of the device. These are VuTalk, which lets users share drawings and thought to others in real-time; QuickMemo, which facilitiates the making and sharing of memos; and QSlide 2.0, which permits users to multitask easily by allowing several windows to be open at the same time.

The smartphone’s dimensions are 5.16 x 2.71 x 0.38 in whereas its weight is around 4.7 oz.

It also has a hearing aid compatibility rating of M4/T3, and comes with a Wireless Emergency Alerts (CMAS) capability.

Several apps are pre-loaded onto the device to allow users to enjoy it out of the box. Some of these are: Amazon Kindle, Amazon MP3, Appstore, Browser, Daily Perks, and Dictionary.

LG unveiled this product last February along with the Optimus F5. Both devices are part of the F-Series, which LG suggested to show “freedom.”

via androidauthority, uscellular