LG has launched its new budget segment device in Indian market, dubbed as LG L Bello for the price of Rs 18,500. The smartphone carries identical design as of the flagship device from the LG (LG G3) and it’s coming out with Android 4.4 KitKat OS out of the box. It will be available by next month at your local mobile store or online shopping portals in three color options i.e. White, Black and Champagne. There are no physical buttons on the front and even on the side bars of the phone. You will find the power and volume rocker options on the back side, beneath the camera lens. This is exactly like LG G3 and users are going to find it little annoying since they are not addicted to accessing power and volume options from the back.
LG L Bello Key features
Overall it’s a good looking smartphone with decent specs and features. No doubt, LG has kept the price tag a bit high and I’m expecting it to be go down anytime soon.
- 5 inch IPS LCD Display
- 480×854 pixels of Resolution
- Quad-core 1.3GHz processor
- 1GB RAM and 8GB Internal Storage
- Up to 32GB Expandable
- Android KitKat 4.4 OS
- 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS
- 8MP rear camera
- LED flash and autofocus
- Touch focus and face detection
- 1MP front camera
- microUSB port and HTML browser
- Accelerometer and proximity sensors
- 2540mAh battery
After going through the specs and features you must be wondering about the price tag company has fixed with the device, right? Smartphones with similar specs and features are available at much lower price and it’s expected (as per my knowledge) that LG will soon lower its price tag considering the market response and current competition.
Another low end feature in this device is its front camera which houses just 1MP sensor while all other smartphones in this price range are having better camera at the front. It seriously looks like LG was unaware of selfie trend going out in the market while planning L Bello.
One thing which is really impressive about this device at any mid-end price point is the design. It really looks great in terms of design. As mentioned earlier, the looks are quire similar to the LG G3 and personally I’m impressed.
With 5 inch display, quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Android KitKat OS and 2540mAh battery, LG had provided a decent specs sheet with this phone and its surely going to offer good level of performance and at least one day of battery life easily.