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LG made F5 and F7 official

LG F7 and F5

LG has made some info about the F7 and F5 available to the public yesterday. But by the looks of it, we can say that these are just mid range or entry range smart phones. But when the images of these smart phones were leaked, we had not expected anything completely innovative. For me, most of the LG smart phones have started looking exactly alike, and I guess, to me they seem to share some design aspects with the older Samsung Galaxy S II. But that just might be me.

Anyway, getting back to the stuff. The LG F7 comes with a 4.7 inch True HD IPS display, and I am guessing that would be at least a 720p panel. The smart phone will house a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, and there is no idea which processor this would be. But hoping it would be a Qaulcomm Snapdragon S4 variant. The F7 will have a 2 GB RAM chip, which is very high end in 2012, but okay this year. And an 8 GB of internal storage, which is just not enough. The smart phone is going to boast an 8 mega pixel camera on the back and a 1.3 mega pixel shooter up front. The smart phone will come with the not so latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. For high speed internet, the smart phone features LTE, and this will be powered up by a 2,540 mAh battery.

The LG F5 is a bit low on the specs when compared to the LG F7. The LG F5 comes with a 4.3 inch display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. It has a low speed 1.2 GHz dual core processor, a 5 mega pixel main camera, and just one GB of RAM. There is going to be a 2,150 mAh battery on the device. Other goodies include Android 4.1.2, microSD card slot along with 8 GB of internal storage, and an LTE chip.

The company has not yet released any price info for the duo. But we do know that the LG F5 will be released in Europe in the second quarter, closely followed by the F5. The company plans an international rollout for both the devices. More info expected at the Mobile World Congress next week.

Source: Android Authority

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