We already know LG has a series of phones ready to unveil at Mobile World Congress, but it wasn’t clear whether they would be sequels or an entirely new set of phones. A new leak has apparently cleared up that mystery, as it has revealed the Optimus L3 II, L5 II and L7 II.
Those who watched coverage from Mobile World Congress 2012 will remember LG released the first L3, L5 and L7 devices, which it described as fashionable phones for those who wanted some style to go with their tech. It was right too, as LG has sold more than 10 million L-Series phones over the past yet.
So what has it got planned for the sequels, apart from awkward nomenclature? The L3 II (see what we mean) still has a 3.2-inch, 240 x 320 pixel resolution, plus it’ll have a 1GHz processor and a 5 megapixel camera, both of which are upgrades over the first L3.
The L5 II also has a 1GHz chip, but the screen measures 4-inches, the same as the original phone. Finally, LG has really upgraded the L7 II, which now has a dual-core 1GHz processor and 768MB of RAM – a big improvement over the 2012 L7. The camera now has 8 megapixels, although the screen is still 4.3 inches with a 480 x 800 resolution.
All three phones should run Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and we can expect the designs to be equally as suave and modern as before. Of course, until the official launch we won’t have any idea about prices or availability, but if everything goes as we expect, we’ll know all about the L-Series II at the end of the month.