F Series Of 4G Smartphones From LG Launches Globally

Optimus F Series, the latest family of Smartphones that run Android, is going to make its debut in the markets of Europe today. France being the first country chosen for its initial release; the launch will continue in the other parts of the world including Asia and Eastern Europe over the next several weeks.

LG, the Korean phonemaker, had announced two new 4G smartphones, Optimus F5 and Optimus F7 ahead of the Barcelona Mobile World Congress in February, and the launch date of F5 was also officially declared at the same time.  While the F5 is going to make its place soon in the racks, till now there is no update available about the other 4G F series phone device, Optimus F7.

Optimus 5F comes with heightened users experience and LG’s advanced LTE technology. This 4G ready android device runs Jelly Bean version 4.1.2 and has a 4.3 inch IPS display with 256ppi pixel density. The high quality display offers a clear superior quality viewing experience to the user. It is powered by 1.2 GHz Dual-Core processor. 8 GB of memory and 1 GB RAM capacity are the other technical features.

To satisfy the increased demand of high quality mobile phone camera, the device has been added with both front and rear camera; the front camera of the handset shoots at 1.3 megapixels and the rear one has 5 megapixel shooting capacity. The other point of concern, the battery power has also been taken care of in the model; the Optimus 5F comes with a 2,150mAh battery, which gives longest battery back-up in its class, but at the same time sizes nothing more than their normal counterparts.

The new series of smartphone targets the mid-range customers, who are willing to experience the speedy 4G LTE but are not particularly keen about the high cost that usually comes with such a hi-tech device. The device has been engineered to feature the speed of 4G LTE with the exclusive UX capacities of the finest quality phone within the budget of the common man, and particularly targets the market of Latin America and Asia, which has shown a steady increase in demand in the last few years.

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