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LG Optimus L7 launches in New Zealand

For immediate release
1 August 2012

Beauty and performance in one smart package, the LG Optimus L7 launches in New Zealand

Sporting a premium design and with a largest-in-class 4.3- inch display, the Optimus L7 offers Google’s latest Ice Cream Sandwich Android OS. And as part of the L-Series, it offers timeless style.

At 8.7mm, the LG Optimus L7’s slim and sleek body embodies the design-focused L- Style philosophy with an elegant look accentuated by metallic-decorated edges, a seamless key arrangement and the expansive 4.3-inch wide display providing optimal readability and viewability for a superb user experience.

Users also will get to explore the Ice Cream Sandwich Android OS on the Optimus L7. With the smart and fast ICS OS, users can enjoy the intuitive user interface and advanced multi-tasking capabilities.

The Optimus L7 also comes equipped with an advanced six-tenth of a second autofocus camera allowing users to capture precious scenes accurately, whenever and wherever they may be.

“For consumers desiring high-end style and sophistication in a smartphone, LG Optimus L7 offers beauty and performance in one smart package,” said Riccardo Perawiti, Mobile Communications Business Manager for LG Electronics New Zealand. “The L7 is a significant addition to our L-Series portfolio and we are confident that it’ll prove highly attractive to users. We expect it to be one of our most popular smartphones.”

Key Specifications:
• Android 4.0 ICS
• 5MP Camera with continuous auto focus (LED Flash)
• 4.3” WVGA Display
• Wifi & Bluetooth
• 3.5mm Audio Jack
• Micro SD Support
• 1GHz Processor
• HSDPA 7.2Mbps
• 1700mAh Battery

Available at Vodafone and 2degrees dealers.
RRP $599.


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