LG’s dual-SIM Android smartphone, the L4II Dual has made an appearance on the company’s official website for a price of Rs. 9,850. As of writing this article, the smartphone is visible only on LG’s official website and there is no trace of it on online shopping websites such as Flipkart or Saholic.
The LG Optimus L4II DUAL (E445) boasts of dual-SIM capabilities and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The device is skinned with LG’s Optimus 3.0 UI. Under the hood it has a 1GHz single-core processor coupled with 512MB of RAM. It is 11.9mm in thickness and weighs 125grams. It has a 3.8-inch True IPS Display with a 480×320 pixel resolution.
The rear of the smartphone has a 3MP shooter but there is no front facing camera. The Optimus L4II has 4GB of built-in storage of which 2.08GB is available to the user. It is, of course, expandable via a microSD card and you also get 50GB of cloud storage on the device via the Box app. A 1700mAh battery powers the smartphone, which the company claims, will last for up to 10 hours and 30 min of talk time or 652 hours of standby time. We will put this claim to the test once we have the smartphone with us for review.
The specifications of the LG Optimus L4II DUAL aren’t very impressive if you compare them to some of the other smartphones available in the sub 10k price point. Here is a quick look at some of the alternate smartphones you can consider with respect to the specifications.
As you can see from the table above the other smartphones in the price range not only boast of better specifications but also the latest version of the Android OS- 4.2 Jelly Bean. What remains to be seen is how the LG smartphone performs once it hits store shelves.