LG unveils triple-SIM Smartphone with Android2014-03-21 | Comebuy News
LG Electronics has unveiled its first Smartphone Tri E475 Optimus L1 II model, which can accommodate three SIM cards. It will be to buy initially but only in Brazil. The price is not yet known, but the available enclosure colours: black, white and pink.
It is also clear that it is an entry-level model, still under Android 4.1 jelly bean is running and is limited to a screen resolution of 240 times 320 pixels in 3-inch diagonal. Stuck inside a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1 GHz (construction number not known) and 512 MB RAM.
The device measures 10.3 5.9 centimeters with an overall height of 13 mm and weighs 105 grams. There are only back a camera: it resolves 2 megapixel. The memory for the operating system and applications is 4 GB, expanded but per micro-SD-card to up to 32 GB.
The device uses not LTE, but supports only Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, 3 G / UMTS, WAP, EDGE, and GPRS. LG specifies 1540 mAh battery. The company also points to the built-in FM radio receiver and a recording app for that. In addition the camera using voice commands can be triggered: LG suggests the word "Cheese".
And finally, the Brazilian LG Web site puts out two advantages of multi-SIM devices: a man could always select the cheapest rate, what is most important in a low-cost model for a country like Brazil. On the other hand whether possible, but business and personal contacts to separate, with both before a device to speak.
[with material from Michael Moore, TechWeekEurope.co.uk]
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