LG has just officially announced that it will be releasing two new Android smartphones — the L Bello and the L Fino, in the coming IFA 2014 event in Berlin to fill its entry-level line of smartphones.
Unlike its existing mid-range devices like the LG G3 Mini and LG G2 Mini for instance, which are less powerful and smaller versions of their flagship counterpart, both the L Bello and L Fino are designed for emerging markets with modest specs, and most importantly, will be “smartly-priced”, according to LG.
For starters, LG has imbued the new L Bello and L Fino with the same design language as the company’s flagship G3 line-up, including the rear-mounted buttons and tapered backs. In addition to that, both devices also features the company’s own exclusive user experience features including Knock Code, Knock On, and also support for the Quick Circle case.
Both new smartphones packs 1GB of RAM, and also an 8-megapixel main camera which LG claims is a “class-leading 8MP camera”.
The LG L Fino offers a 1.2GHz quad-core chip, a 4.5-inch screen size with a screen resolution of 480×800, VGA front facing camera, and a 1,900-mAh. On the other hand, the LG L Bello is the more “souped-up” deal as it bears a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and a 1-megapixel front facing camera. In addition, it also comes with a slightly better screen resolution of 480 x 854 on a 5-inch screen, and also a bigger battery of 2,540-mAh.
The L Bello and the L Fino will come in three colour options of white, black, and gold, however, there will be additional colour choices of red and green depending on the market.
Pricing for the L Bello and the L Fino are yet to be unveiled in the upcoming event. Both the devices will be launched first in Latin America and then to countries in Europe, Asia, and Commonwealth of Independent States, which includes Malaysia.
[Source: Android Central]