LG has shifted its focus from flagship G series by launching a new phone named ISAI VL. This new high-end handset is 10.5 mm thin. It has a monstrous 5.5 inch IPS LCD touchscreen that boasts 537 pixels per inch and 2560 x 1440 resolution.
LG Isai VL’s Android Kit Kat OS can run 30+ apps at a time, thanks to its 3 GB RAM. For delivery exceptional multimedia experience, this phone packs with quad-core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 system on chip and Adreno 330 GPU. VL is enabled with some of the latest networking technologies like voice over LTE and near field connectivity.
It is stuffed with a 32 GB ROM and MicroSD slot for 128 GB capacity cards. This LG phone gets juice from a 3000 mAh battery. It features LG’s knock code technology. On the imaging end, VL flaunts a front 1.3 MP shooter and 13.2 megapixels full HD back camera.
The sensor at the back is expected to be Sony Exmor as most of the phones introduced these days are leveraging Sony technology to generate high-quality images. Isai VL is 145 mm long and 75 mm wide. It supports infrared, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, LTE-4G, EDGE, 3G, and headphone connectivity.
LG will launch the ISAI VL phone in Japan in black, pink, white color options by the end of December 2014 for an expected price around 880$ (within 48000 to 49000 in India). It will be available for purchase in Korea, China, Malaysia, Singapore, USA, and India by March 2015.
The specs of Isai phone are good and its success in the markets will depend on pricing. If it is priced too high then Isai V3 will fail to do well in countries like China or India as there are cheaper handsets with same specs. If you can’t afford to Buy this phone, you can go for its cheaper alternatives i.e. Honor 6 plus or Vibe X2 from Lenovo.