LG announces Optimus L1 II Tri with trio SIM support in Brazil; Specs and Price
Anyone here uses three network simultaneously?, it seems there are a lot of people using more than two networks in Brazil, and LG has come up with a solution for them. The company has introduced a new smartphone for Brazil with trio SIM support. The smartphone is named LG Optimus L1 II Tri.
LG Optimus L1 II Tri is very compact device with tiny 3″ QVGA display (240 x 320). In a world of gigantic smartphones with flagship specs and features, this tiny device is not coming to compete with them, but rather meet the needs of people who use more than a device on different networks. The smartphone has a SIM switch button on its front to switch between trio SIMs.
The LG Optimus L1 II Tri is powered by a 1 GHz processor along with 512 MB RAM and sports a 2 MP camera on the back with Cheese shot features. The smartphone has a 4GB of internal storage and packs 1,540 mAh battery. The memory can be expanded via microSD card.
The device is running on Android 41 Jelly Bean with LG’s own skin top of it. The device also features Radio recording with Time Machine support, mean it can buffer the track and record songs. The software for this functionality can even remove a Radio host’s voice from a song.
The Optimus L1 II Tri will be available in black, pink and white and is priced around $127. It is not sure if the device will be available in other markets, but users in Brazil should soon be able to grab their device.