Aside from high-end devices from LG, the company is also playing a big role both in the entry-level and mid-market segments. LG has a pretty extended line-up of devices aside from the G series and one of them is the Bello series introduced last year as the new generation of mid-range device. Now a year later, LG unveils the Bello follow-up with the new LG Bello II and will be available sometime this month in selected markets.
The LG Bello II comes with a 5.0-inch display with FWVGA resolution at 854 x 480. The handset also sports a decent camera setup with a very much welcome selfie shooter up front with its 5-Megapixel camera sensor and a reliable 8-Megapixel camera at the back and is coupled with a single LED flash to assist in low-light situations.
The handset is powered by a Quad-core processor and is accompanied by 1 GB of RAM. LG has included an 8 GB of internal storage space and a microSD slot for memory expansion. Keeping the clock ticking is the 2540 mAh battery which should be enough to take the handset for a day of use.
Connectivity-wise, the Bello II will have to rely on 3G/HSPA+ wireless connection with support for 2G/GSM networks. But other connectivity features that’s included as standard are Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, GPS supporting A-GPS and GLONASS and an FM Radio.
While we get the Bello II brand locally, in other parts of the world however, the handset will be market on a different name such as Prime II in Brazil, Max in Mexico, India and CIS. The handset will be available this month in Latin America and India and in Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) by the third quarter of this year.
- LG officially reveals the LG Bello 2, which is a bit too much like the original(phandroid.com)
- LG Bello II drops old design, gains 5MP selfie cam(slashgear.com)
- LG Bello II Now Official(yugatech.com)