This week LG also introduced their L-Style phones. The style for this line is described as priceless and limitless with the capability to bring style to life. The phones have been designed with a more modern, seamless square-style layout that is harmonised by a slim shape, nice design contrast, and floating mass technology. The line includes the Optimus L3, L5, and L7 which will be released sometime this year to show off the first wave of L-Style phones.
The L7 is the highest end with the best technology that features a “soft human touch” back with a plastic textured touch that creates a simple, yet comfortable feel. The phone is scheduled to be released during the second quarter of 2012 and will be of the highest quality in the line-up of L-Style phones. The L7 will feature a 4.3-inch screen and run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a 1.0 GHz single-core processor. Since the L7 is the “best” in the series, you can see it is aimed at the lower end of the market.
Next, the Optimus L5 will come with a 5 MP camera, 800 MHz of power, and a 4.0-inch screen. This device will also have the Android 4.0 ICS system, while following the “PRADA” styling everyone has been talking about so much. Finally, the L3 is the smallest of the series. It has such unimpressive specs that it barely deserves credit. Having been described as cute, this 3.2-inch phone doesn’t have many special features to mention.
LG expects to release these devices in Europe during the first half of 2012 but currently have no release dates scheduled for the United States.