+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

LG has announced they will be bringing their newest 3G L Series smartphones – the L Fino and L Bello – to IFA, in Berlin in September.

LG has made their name on the L Series smartphones, now on their third series – the LIII series has continued the line of well priced smartphones with excellent design, and quality specifications for a great price. LG has had a tradition of moving features from their premium G Series line down to lower end models, this continues with the L Fino and L Bello which are being released with a new feature for the L Series – Rear Mounted buttons.

The Volume rocker and power buttons will be mounted on the rear along with the 8MP rear camera, just like the LG G2, G Flex and now the G3, allowing LG to deliver a phone which continues the design language of the G3 in their lower end phones. The Camera is being pushed as a premium specification, which LG says will ensure that users get ‘quality, blur-free images that are perfect for sharing’.

There’s also features from the G3 UX, which LG announced yesterday would be appearing on their upcoming smartphones such as Touch & Shoot, Gesture Shot and Knock Code. There will also be the QuickCircle case accessory made available for both the L Fino and L Bello.

L FinoL Bello
4.5″ WVGA (800 x 480 @ 207ppi) IPS Display5.0″ FWVGA (854×480 @ 196ppi) IPS Display
1.2GHz Quad-Core1.3GHz Quad-Core Processor
4GB on-board storage8GB on-board storage
Rear 8MP/ Front VGARear 8MPAF / Front 1MP
HSPA+ 21Mbps (3G)
Android 4.4.2 KitKat
127.5 x 67.9 x 11.9mm138.2x 70.6x 10.7mm
Colors: White / Black / Gold / Red / Green (varies by market)Colors: White / Black / Gold

The L Fino and L Bello have not been announced for Australia as yet, LG will begin rolling them out in Latin America first, and have advised they will then bring them to Europe, Asia and CIS (Eastern Europe) after. Pricing will be announced in each market as they reach them.

Source: LG.

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