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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.



An surprise Samsung SM-G7102 come to the FCC for testing and it is user agent profile is on Samsung's site. The G7102 is definitely an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean smartphone having a 5.25" 720p screen.

Regardless of the relatively low pixel density from the screen (288ppi), the processor clockspeed shows up as 2.3GHz, which could simply be a quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset. It's a pretty big device, calculating 147 x 75.1mm.

The FCC paperwork don't emerge and express it, but Samsung SM-G7102 seems to become a dual-SIM device. What this means is it'll most likely launch in East Asia first, possibly like a low-cost option to the twin-SIM Universe Note 3.

Source: phonearena


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