It's Lynn La from CNET and today we're gonna check out the LG Optimus F3 from Sprint.
The F3 is a compact 4G LTE smartphone that has a 4-inch IPS display with an 800x480 pixel resolution.
It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features a rather zippy 1.2 gigahertz dual-core processor.
On the back you'll get a 5-megapixel camera that's capable of shooting full HD 1080p
video along with a VGA camera on the front.
The device runs on a 2.46 ampere-hour battery which will give you a reported talk time of up to 16 hours.
Some additional features include Q-slide which lets you view certain apps while simultaneously accessing the rest of your phone.
Though given the handset's small screen, I don't know how beneficial this would be.
You'll also get NFC, up to 32 gigabytes of memory via a micro-SD card slot, an LG signature note-taking app QuickMemo.
And for those who may have some
vision impairments the phone is also loaded with TalkBack by Google.
This is a text-to-speech feature that reads back to you device features and notifications.
-Currently the phone is available for free after users sign a 2-year agreement.
Again, I am Lynn and you've been checking out Sprint's Optimus F3.
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