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LG'S L70 Lands a KnockCode™ Punch Exclusively with 2 Degrees

LG'S L70 Lands a KnockCode ™ Punch Exclusively with 2 Degrees

L70 is the First Handset from the Much-Anticipated L Series III Range and the First Device Featuring KnockCode™ Software to Arrive in New Zealand.

Auckland, 7th May, 2014 – Smartphone users receive a double dosage of good news today, as LG Electronics New Zealand (LG) announce two firsts for the NZ market - the L70 is the first of the L Series III range to come to our shores, and it is also the first handset in NZ to receive the much-anticipated KnockCode™ feature.

Consumers can purchase the sleek and sophisticated L70 exclusively via the 2 Degrees network at a very affordable price. And if the highly-competitive pricing isn’t reason enough; the mid-tier device comes installed with all the software trimmings and features of one of our premium models.

The L70 is the first handset in NZ to feature KnockCode™, which allows users to unlock the handset with a personalised sequence of taps, enabling added security and convenience. The handset’s features pack a real punch too, with its slim design and finishes, 5 megapixel camera with multipoint autofocus, impressive battery life and 4.5 inch IPS touch screen display which delivers vivid colours and exceptional viewing clarity.

“It’s great to see the arrival of both the L70 and KnockCode™ in New Zealand. We are pleased to be bringing this exciting new functionality and handset to market. KnockCode™ is set to play a larger role as part of enhanced functionality and security in our phones this year, we are excited to see it launching with the L70” said Glen Chean, National Marketing Manager at LG Electronics New Zealand.

The L70 is available exclusively via the 2 degrees network from this Friday, May 9th, for $269RRP in both Black and White colour variants.

L70 Key Specifications:
Pricing: $269RRP
Display: 4.5-inch IPS
Processor: 1.2 GHz Dual-Core
Memory: 4GB / 1GB RAM
Camera: 5.0MP / VGA
Battery: 2,100mAh (removable)
Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat
Size: 127 x 66 x 9.5mm
Network: 3G (HSPA+21Mbps)

About LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company:
The LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company is a global leader and innovator in mobile communications. With its innovative technologies and designs, LG continues to establish a number of benchmarks in the Smartphone market, while also helping create a better lifestyle for consumers by delivering a wholly enhanced Smartphone experience.

ENDS

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