LG comes with two cheaper phones with buttons on the back




LG has announced two new Android devices represented by buttons on the back, just like LG’s most expensive model G3. The L70 and L80 + + are midrange phones, but the manufacturer keeps the prices and release dates are just for themselves.

Both handsets have many of the features that LG first showed up on the G3 , including the Quick Circle-case, a flip cover with rounded opening to show the time. notifications and Knock Also Code, where users can enter a security code without turning the screen sits on both devices. In addition, the smart phones, like the G3 volume buttons and On / Off button sitting at the back and turning them on Android 4.4. Support for 4G lacking in both models.

The L80 + has a screen diagonal of 5 “and the LCD has a resolution of 854×480 pixels. The phone runs on an unnamed quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.3GHz. Almost all L-Series phones so far have Snapdragon processors from Qualcomm on board. 13,8x7cm The big phone has a thickness of 10.7mm and has a battery with a capacity of 2540mAh.

The smaller L70 + has a 4.5 “screen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels and a quad-core processor at 1.2 GHz, which presumably is a Snapdragon 400 with four Cortex A7 processor cores and Adreno 305 GPU.

LG is probably known about the devices during IFA electronics fair, which takes place over two weeks in Berlin. The prices and release dates of the two devices are not yet known. The predecessors, the current L70 and L80, cost is currently 130 and 170 euros respectively. Around


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