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First Look: The midrange LG Optimus L7

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First Look: The midrange LG Optimus L7

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Though it's marketed as a midlevel device, the LG Optimus L7 runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has an impressive 4.3-inch Nova screen.

Many -- I'm here at CNET bringing you guys I'm not LG opt out that I -- eight -- three inch nova display. With eight budget by 480 pixel resolution. It's packed -- -- -- -- -- -- practice there and run on the 17100 Milli amp hour battery. -- seven is also in mid level Android ice -- analyst at night and is an FC enabled. With -- -- -- you can need to be included LG had plastic used to activate and settings on your that you can customize. To say every time you go to sleep you want your phone on vibrate in your screen and having picked up after ten -- the -- They keep adding he's -- LG tag plus app happens at its eight bit and out every time you want to activate -- setting year that just tap the sleep Arctic again. You can -- -- -- settings for your car off it. In its class teachers and teach it can also transfer and I'll let web sites and contacts with Android -- The handset also -- LG's new interface called optimistic now. While -- elegantly simple as the Vanilla Ice Cream Sandwich in -- are few things worth mentioning. Like the fact. There's a five megapixel camera and it one point three megapixel camera in the front. I like the mid range and features the latest Android -- and it's -- that display. The -- it has apathetic me noticeably slow making the screen -- non responsive and apps flagging. That is available in countries including India and the UK. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Officially devices priced around 514 died. But out online retailers like Amazon that I cut about 290. And again I'm risking -- -- I -- I'm not LG continent and --

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