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LG Optimus L4 II and L4 II Dual SIM Possibly in the Works

An artist's depiction of the LG Optimus L4 II variants. [Source: GSMinsider]
An artist’s depiction of the LG Optimus L4 II variants. [Source: GSMinsider]
The LG Optimus L family is soon to get new members according to a report from GSMinsider. In the rumor circulated by the site, the new smartphones will be carrying the name LG Optimus L4 II. One of them will have a single SIM slot while the other will be able to support dual SIM.

The Design

The main photo of the article shows what the new devices will possibly look like. Based on the photo, the design of the smartphone appears to be a cross between the LG Optimus L5 II and the LG Optimus L3 II. The report cites its source of the photo to an unnamed Russian website where the story about the upcoming LG Optimus L4 units apparently originated.

The Specs

Despite having different designs and varying SIM card capacity, the two smartphones possess the same set of specifications.

The report states that the phones will be powered by the Android 4.1 operating system, otherwise known as the Jelly Bean. Then, it will be carrying a user interface based on the previous LG Optimus.

In addition, the processing power of the LG Optimus L4 II series is clocked at 1GHz, thanks to its single-core Cortex-A9 processor. Plus, its graphics will be enhanced by the PowerVR SGX531 GPU.

For the internal memory, the products will be equipped with a 4GB local storage with 512MB RAM. Moreover, the main camera will be at 3MP and the battery pack will have 17000mAh.

Overall, the specs are very low because the devices will be aimed to cater to the low-range customers of the brand. But on the second thought, the specs are not really that bad for customers who are only looking for a phone with only the most basic features.


The new phones are slated to debut in Europe sometime this June, said the source. However, it is unclear yet whether it will be offered in the U.S. after.

Source: GSMinsider

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