The Smartphone market share to low-entry has become a battle of the big vendors, not to mention LG. Last year, a company based in South Korea was launching a cheap smartphone that is still 'exist' until now, the LG Optimus Dual L4.
In external appearance, the LG L4 Dual minimalist design brings a pretty good grip. IPS LCD screen 3.8 inch diagonal feels comfortable for everyday communication purposes, given the resolution reached 320 x 480 pixels and has a density of 152 ppi.
Other activities, such as opening files, applications, and the surf was relatively smooth and light thanks to the Android operating system 4.1 Jelly Bean. Unfortunately, users are not encouraged to open too many applications simultaneously, because LG just bring L4 Dual-core processor MediaTek Singgle with a clocking frequency of 1 GHz. RAM and ROM smartphone also includes less relieved to only have a capacity of 512 MB and 4 GB.
But do not worry, because the memory of the LG Optimus Dual L4 can still be expanded by adding a microSD memory card. Office or personal communication needs can also be done more easily thanks to support dual-SIM (dual stand-by) in the 2G and 3G networks.
Another interesting feature added by LG are LED lights under the 'Home' for ease of use in low light places. In addition, the LG Optimus L4 has dual LED flash has to support the performance of its 3.15 MP camera. Features LED lights actually are very rarely found in the ranks of cheap smartphones.
Offer this LG smartphone with a fairly friendly in the range of USD 1.299 million alone. With a minimalist price, you can use this tiny smartphone to access YouTube or just listen to the radio.