Second-generation LG Optimus L7 leaks, supports dual SIMs

LG will give their L series a second whirl around the sun with what is being called the LG Optimus L7 II Dual. How’s that for a name? To followup to last year’s L7, a budget phone with a focus on style, the new device will launch as a mid-range compliment to LG’s more robust Optimus offerings.

The phone is rumored to run a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 4.3-inch IPS display, 8MP am era, and dual-SIM support. The latter option usually indicates a launch in Asia (no brainer), but it’s typical in the smartphone industry for a company to manufacture a single SIM version for release elsewhere. The phone runs Android 4.1 and carries a 2460mAh battery.

The Optimus L7 II will be available in multiple colors towards the end of February, according to the leak. Last year’s models were released at MWC, and there is no reason LG won’t do the same in 2013.

[HiTechMail via PocketNow]

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  • james ortiz

    looks like a galaxy s2

  • John Wentworth

    I really wish the market for dual-sim phones wasn’t so concentrated in Asia. I understand that elsewhere, especially in the US, the appeal is limited. But I’d so love to get a high end Android phone that will take both my work and personal sim cards, I get a little excited every time I see dual-sim, but it’s always a let down.

    I know their are a few much lower spec’d dual sim phones that would work in the US, but I’m not willing to downgrade that much.

  • No_Nickname90

    That battery on a mid-range? How nice. I’m sure with it’s specs it’ll last ALL day. Sure must be nice to have more than 1800mA. LoL!!

  • http://twitter.com/jin_brasil Carlos Jin

    We have some dual-sim smartphones (LG, Samsung Duos, Motorola), and even tri-sim dumbphones here in Brazil… they are on sale only in retail stores with no contract.