Remember LG’s 2012 L-series smartphones – L3, L5, L7 and L9. The Korean manufacturer has already launched the dual-SIM versions of two of the smartphone in the L-series – L3 Dual and L5 Dual, and now it seems company is preparing to launch the dual-SIM version of Optimus L7.
Spotted on a Russian website, the Optimus L7 Dual is likely to be released in Russia next month for 12,990 rubles ($430). The smartphone features 1GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch IPS-display, 8MP camera, dual-SIM and 2460 mAh battery.
Optimus L7 runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, unlike the single SIM version. There is no word on the release elsewhere, but we are expecting an official announcement in the coming weeks, which should reveal more details.
L-series is also set to get new smartphones at the upcoming Mobile World Congress along with a new F-series from the company.
Check out another image of LG Optimus L7 Dual below: