LG launches G2 Lite and L Prime dual-SIM mid-rangers in Brazil
LG has pulled the veil off two dual-SIM droids in Brazil. Named the G2 Lite and L Prime, these two smartphones are styled in the same way as the LG G3 flagship except that they are lesser in specs and price. Both smartphones are running on an LG G3-themed mod of Android 4.42 KitKat.
LG G2 Lite
LG G2 Lite comes with a 4.5-inch WVGA IPS LCD. There’s a quad-core CPU as well as 1GB of RAM and an expandable 4GB of RAM. The smartphone uses an 8MP back camera and a VGA selfie unit stands in the front.
The official suggested retail price of the G2 Lite in the South American football nation is BRL 615 or roughly $245.
LG L Prime
The L Prime is the biggest in the pack with a 5-inch IPS display coupled with WVGA resolution. The smartphone also comes with an 8-megapixel camera but the front-facing camera is a bit higher at 1.3 megapixels.
Digital TV is the current trend in Brazil these days (due to the country’s crave for playing and watching football) so the L Prime has one in-built. The smartphone also has a gig of RAM, 8GB storage and a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. The device is priced BRL 750/$265.
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