The LG Optimus L7 was first spotted at the Mobile World Congress this year and was dubbed as the Korean manufacturer’s flagship device, until the company launched its successor, the L9.
Before the Optimus L7 officially launched in June, the smartphone was already available with the online shopping portal for a listed price of Rs 18,990 alongside the Optimus Max 3D. In a way this seems like a second price cut for the smartphone, which is a decent choice for users looking to purchase a mid-range device at such a price.
The smartphone, which is a part of the L-series, sports a 10.9-cm (4.3-inch) WVGA touch screen display and runs Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich. It comes with a 5 MP rear camera and a VGA front camera. The internals feature a 1 GHz processor with 1 GB RAM and 4 GB of built-in storage.
On the connectivity front, the device supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, A-GPS and DLNA. The smartphone also comes with an LG Mobile TV application that allows you to watch live TV on-the-move.
- Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich
- 5 MP rear camera
- VGA front camera
- 10.9-cm (4.3-inch) WVGA LCD display
- 1 GHz processor with 1 GB RAM
- 4 GB Internal storage, expandable storage capacity up to 32 GB
- 1,700 mAh battery