The LG Optimus L7 II Dual will replace the LG Optimus L7 with improved specs and dual-SIM. It features an updated design with a less angular look while moving to capacitive keys only.
A SIM switch key joins the regular Back / Home / Menu keys for an easy switch between the two SIM cards.
The 4.3" IPS LCD screen is retained with an upgraded CPU spec to 1GHz dual-core and a better camera that shoots 8MP stills and 720p videos. Running on the run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it offers LG's QuickTranslator, QuickMemo and QSlide software.
The battery capacity has been upgraded to 2,460mAh capacity and can last up to 2 days.
A launch in Russia is expected during the month of February with a retailing price of 12,990 rubles ($430) and it will come in black and white.
Samsung features a new dual SIM Google android smartphone: the actual Galaxy Trend II, which comes as the successor to the Galaxy Trend II that was released back in April.
The Galaxy Trend II, which runs Android 4.1 and sports activities a Four inch screen, the new Galaxy Trend 3 runs Google android 4.T2, and features a 4.3 inch display. The phone comes with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, MicroSD card assistance, and a One,800 mAh electric battery.
The Galaxy Trend 3 is available in China now, in a white color version. Samsung China's recognized website is showing four designs, but they appear to be the same feature-wise.
It's not clear if the Galaxy Trend III will be launched in other markets. However it probably will sooner or later, since the older Trend 2 - initially sold just in The far east - continues to be recently released in India.