LG has released its G2 and Optimus F3 yesterday and said that it will be carried by every bigger carrier in the U.S. We know from earlier that T-Mobile is adding phones to its network every week and a report coming from them says that this carrier will offer LG Optimus F6 alongside these two. Again, T-Mobile continues to be my favorite carrier including continuously new phones and plans. This company started to climb the ladder really fast in order to reach out the leading 3 U.S carriers.
It seems that this smartphone is meant for the lower-end markets because it has respectful features along with a great price. The Optimus F6 by LG includes a 4.5-inch display that offers a 540 x 960p resolution. It supports the 4G LTE network and runs on Android 4.1.2 JB OS. The back camera will have a 5-mpix sensor that produces great pictures and it can record a video with a resolution to 1080p. This phone has a front-facing camera, too, for making video calls sporting a 1.3-mpix VGA sensor.
Under the hood there are some impressive specs. This low-end device sports a 1.2GHz dual-core processor that comes from Qualcomm alongside 1GB of RAM. The battery life will rely on a 2,460 mAh battery and you will use the advantage of 4GB of internal memory storage. If you don’t like this low capacity, LG included a microSD card slot for upgrading your memory up to 32GB.
There are few software features that are included in this smartphone. LG’s note-taking app that will let you keep everything you need on one place, Quick Memo and VuTalk that let customers connect to all the other devices that support VuTalk in order to edit notes and collaborate every time they want. You will also receive the Qslide which represents a multitasking feature which lets you to run multiply applications at the same time.
The official price is not known yet but we expect it to be low. T-Mobile has few great plans that you can use if you want to take full advantage of this smartphone. According to the carrier, more details will be reveiled in few weeks from now.
As you can see, all the smartphone manufacturers, except for Apple, are releasing devices that will be meant for the low-end smartphone markets. They noted big revenue and success selling these devices to people who can’t afford their high-end smartphones.