Published On: 24 August 2012
LG has launched its second dual-SIM smartphone Optimus L3 Dual E405 in the country.
The L3 dual launch follows the release of phone's single-SIM variant earlier in May this year.
L3 Dual features a 3.2MP primary camera; however there is no secondary camera on the smartphone
Priced at Rs. 8,299, the smartphone comes with Gingerbread on-board.
The front of the smartphone is pretty much clean, apart from the ear-piece on the top and capacitive buttons on the bottom.
LG' camera interface on the smartphone is basic, but still includes most of the controls.
The smartphone comes with 3.2-inch display with QVGA resolution.
LG Optimus L3 dual is a part of company's L-Style series, but is significantly different looking from other phones in the series.
It also comes with 1500 mAh battery.
For entertainment needs, LG Optimus L3 Dual comes with FM Radio, and support for variety of apps from Google Play store.
L3 dual features a Micro-USB port, which works for both data transfer and charging.
The phone is 11.85 mm thick and weighs 108 grams.
L3 dual comes with 3.5mm audio jack on the top.
Among other specifications are 384MB RAM, 1GB of internal storage and microSD card support.
LG Optimus L3 dual supports two GSM SIM cards.
The smartphone is being sold in Black and White colours in the market.