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LG may not have that great a market share with the likes of Apple and Samsung already making quite a name for themselves in the race, but that doesn't mean that the South Korea-based tech giant has given up all hope in its fight for existence. On the contrary, it's gearing up to release it's next big handset into the market.
According to reports, brand new images of the upcoming LG L80, with its specifications, have been shown online, showing off what LG intends to release in the next few days. Apparently, the L80 belongs to LG's affordable L Series III range of smartphones.
Images of the dual SIM version of the L80 were recently posted online. The images show that the device comes with four capacitive touch buttons - back, home, menu and multi-tasking at the front.
It has also been assumed that the single SIM version of the L80 will feature a physical home button, as we have seen in the earlier releases in the same series.
LG L80: Specifications
The LG L80 is said to sport a 5-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The smartphone will be powered by a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz along with 1 GB of RAM.
Apart from that, there will be 4 GB of internal memory with the option to expand it via microSD card. The L80 is said to run on Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box and packs a 2,540mAh battery.
On the software front, the device comes with the company's proprietary LG Knock Code feature, and allows the user to unlock his or her smartphone by tapping on the screen in a specific pattern. But that's all we know about the device, as of now.
Moreover, it has also been said that phone will be available in black and white color options. However, unluckily enough, we are yet to receive information on how much the device will cost and when it will be made globally official.
But maybe that day is coming soon since the device has already been made official in Indonesia, running the latest Android KitKat offering.