Kochi: LG Electronics, a worldwide technology and design leader in mobile communications, has launched LG Optimus L9 smartphone in India. Continuing its legacy of success, the Optimus L9 is the latest addition in the style-focused L-Series smartphones from LG. With a 1 Ghz dual-core processor, a 4.7 inch IPS display and a 2150 mAh battery, the Optimus L9 transcends the confines of a traditional smartphone to deliver the optimal smartphone experience.
Built with a sleek, chic frame of only 9.1 mm premium metal streak, the Optimus L9 effortlessly follows the trail of its stylish predecessors.
According to Soon Kwon, President South West Asia Region & MD, LG India, “Smartphones today have become an essential part of life. LG Optimus L9 has been designed in a way that it can cater to every need of smart consumers who demands a powerhouse of style, performance and efficiency in their smartphones. With LG Optimus L9, users can take advantage of premium smartphone features – a stunning display, a powerful processor and a long-lasting battery – in a sleek design. LG Optimus L9 is equipped with the an updated software, state-of-the-art hardware, and several new exciting features, helping it elevate user experience to a whole new level”.
LG Optimus L9 features Android 4.0 ICS and a gorgeous 4.7-inch IPS display for vivid colors and clear text. The phone comes loaded with a horde of new features, like the QuickTranslator app which instantly translates foreign words and phrases into English. The smartphone also features LG’s QuickMemo™, a smartphone experience with powerful note-taking capabilities that lets users add commentary, notes and drawings to screenshots with a few swipes of a finger, then share them with friends and family via social media and email.
By using its CheeseShutter feature, LG Optimus L9 lets users snap photos and take advantage of voice-activated photos by simply saying “cheese” to snap a picture. Another amazing feature of the smartphone makes typing messages significantly easier as the keypad adjusts the key formation based on whether the user is typing with one hand or two.
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