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# 105000 25-Jun-2012 09:54
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The LG Optimus L3 is a compact smartphone with timeless style, the Optimus L3 is the first model from the L-Style design series starting this year. LG Optimus L3 offers users an authentic experience comprised of stylish and practical technologies. L-Style’s elements, such as Modern Square Style and Harmonized Design Contrast with metallic accents, are revealed on the Optimus L3, emphasizing the premium design heritage born from LG’s design leadership.  

Telecom Chief Marketing Officer Jason Paris said “The sophisticated Optimus L3 offers a lot of smartphone at a very competitive price. There’s no doubt the Optimus L3 will make you  stand out from the crowd, and on our 100% 3G smartphonetwork, it’ll perform just as well as it looks!”

Its 3.2-inch display provides the ideal viewing experience on a compact smartphone. As an “on-the-go” socializing device, the Optimus L3 allows users to talk to their heart’s content with its 1500mAh battery.

The LG Optimus L-Series is designed for fashion-forward consumers who are keen to express their taste and style with their mobile devices. LG’s newest Optimus L-Series Smartphone’s, illustrate the five elements of L-Style: Modern Square Style, Harmonized Design Contrast, Floating Mass Technology, Seamless Layout and Sensuous Slim Shape.

Key specifications for the LG OptimusL3
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
3MP Camera
3.2” QVGA Display
Wifi& Bluetooth
3.5mmAudio Jack
Micro SD Support
800MHz Processor
HSDPA 3.6Mbps
 
LG Optimus L3 is exclusive to Telecom
RRP $229 




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  # 645708 25-Jun-2012 10:04
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HSDPA 3.6Mbps ?

 
 
 
 




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  # 645727 25-Jun-2012 10:20
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freitasm: It sounds like those Vertu handsets: "Style" trumps features and updated system... The only difference is they're not charging Vertu prices.




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  # 645784 25-Jun-2012 11:37
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It's a low-end model that should deliver a reasonable level of smartphone power and capability at a low price.

If I was at the $200 end of the market, I'd look at this phone.   




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QVGA.. Gross.

I think the Huawei G300 is the minimum anyone should look at getting




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  # 645789 25-Jun-2012 11:39
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freitasm: Notice how it doesn't say how much memory? Probably another one with 256MB storage on board....


Phone Arena says it is 384MB of RAM. 

That's do-able in a $200 phone.  It won't be awesome....but awesome costs more. 






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