The Korean phone manufacturer LG has officially unveiled 3 more Android handsets before Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will be kicking off at the end of the month. Two of the handsets are powered by Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and one is powered by Gingerbread. The L7 and L5 will run ICS like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The L3 will run Gingerbread. Another device that LG unveiled before MWC 2012 is the Optimus Vu, which challenges Samsung’s Galaxy Note.
The L7 sports a 4.3 inch display; the L5 sports a 4 inch display, and the L3 sports a smaller 3.2 inch touchscreen. Other than their screen size and OS, this is all LG was willing to spill out. No worries. We’ll get the full scoop on these smartphones once MWC kicks off this week.
The three sport the Korean manufacturers L-style ‘design identity’, which makes the display looks as if it’s floating on the phone’s body. They also sport leather-like back panels like the Prada Phone by LG 3.0, which means that these handsets are for people who’ve got fashion in mind. The L3 is expected to land in shops by March, while the two other handsets are expected within the first half of this year.
Do you find the fashionable LG L7, L5, and L3 interesting, or do you have something else in mid such as the quad-core HTC One X? Give us your thoughts.