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LG Spirit and Magna

BARCELONA -- At MWC 2015, LG showed off four new  smartphones. Two of which, the Spirit (left) and Magna, replace the company's F-series of higher-end mid-range handsets.

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The LG Magna

The bigger of the four new LG handsets is the LG Magna, with its 5-inch display.

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Slight curves

The curve of the Magna is subtle, and you can barely see it on its side.

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Metallic shine

The 4G variant of both handsets will have a faux-metallic sheen on the back.

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A look at the bottom

A bottom view of the device.

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4G and 3G variants

Both handsets will run Android 5.0 Lollipop and have 4G and 3G variants.

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Curving together

These phones are meant to join LG's F-series line of premium mid-range handsets.

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The LG Spirit

The LG Spirit has a 4.7-inch display.

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Smaller specs and battery

It will be powered by a 2,100mAh.

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Top view and headphone jack

A look at the Spirit's bottom edge.

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Mid-range price expected

Though pricing and availability information have not been released, LG says you can expect the devices to range from about $229-$299 unlocked (or £148-£194 and AU$293-AU$383, conversion).

For more on MWC 2015, read CNET's full coverage here.

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