Just yesterday, LG announced the Optimus G, its latest flagship Android handset that’s going to take on Samsung’s Galaxy S III. And today the company has unveiled yet another new Android smartphone, this time from the L-series. It’s the LG Optimus L9.
Sporting a 4.7 inch IPS display of unknown resolution, the L9 is larger than the Optimus L7. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and features a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, 4GB of internal memory, and a high-density 2,150mAh SiO+ battery.
The handset is 9.1mm thin, and will come with apps like QuickMemo, and QTranslator (which “instantly translates not only words, but also entire sentences and phrases with a simple scan from nearly 44 foreign languages to 64 user languages”).
LG said nothing about when, where, or for what price the Optimus L9 will be available. But we’ll probably find out more about this soon.
Via Press release
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