After the poor show of its L fino and Bello phones, LG has now come up with Magna Joy, Spirit, and Joy budget LTE phones, each equipped with Android Lollipop or Kit Kat OS and a removable battery.
Interestingly, these 4 handsets don’t have any parent series. They will go on sale in quad/dual core versions. President of LG’s mobile division claims that the LG Magna, Joy, Spirit, Magna phones have attractive features and they’ll be priced reasonably.
LG Joy is expected to be the cheapest handset among the 4. It has a 4 inches WVGA resolution set display fitted below a VGA front camera. Joy has a 5.0 megapixels rear camera. This device features a 1900 mAh capacity battery packed within its 11.9 mm thin body.
LG hasn’t revealed the memory specs of the Joy phone, but you can expect it to have 4GB ROM and 512 MB RAM module. It is introduced with 1GB RAM, joy will be a good competitor to 2nd generation Moto E phone.
LG Leon, Magna, and Spirit are quad-core phones that have 1GB RAM. They also include an 8MP back camera, LED flash and 8GB of ROM. Magna has a 5.0 inches touchscreen 720 pixels display, 5 megapixels front camera, and 2540 mAh battery.
Leon measures 10.9 mm in thickness. It has the same battery as LG Joy. Spirit has a decent thickness of 9.9 mm. Its battery backup is not bad either. This phone includes a 4.7 inch HD display and a battery rated at 2100 mAh. Spirit includes the same volume of RAM and storage as Magna and Leon phones.
L Fino and Bello phones didn’t do as well as LG had expected because they were overpriced.
If quad-core chip equipped Magna, joy, spirit, and Leon are priced above 8k, LG should expect a similar outcome for these 4 handsets. Anyways, these LTE phones might be officially launched during the mobile world congress event 2015.