LG Optimus L9 – A Brief Review

LG Optimus L9

LG has given us some of the best high-end devices in the past years and LG Optimus L9 is one of them. We come across a whole new range of fresh Optimus handsets from the company. Optimus L9 sits pretty at the top of the line in the price bracket for pre-paid.

LG Optimus L9 Review

Go through a brief LG Optimus L9 review here:


LG Optimus L9 - Outside

What you will like about the handset is that it is not trying to be what it is not. The large 4.7in, qHD display and the attractive and functional design will simply win you over. You can’t miss the ambient light sensors and front-facing camera, as well as those LG and T-Mobile logos. There is a dedicated home button to the device. The back is nicely textured for better grip and carries a soft touch finish.

Optimus L9 offers one of the most livable custom user interfaces as one doesn’t see too many needless customizations for the user.


LG Optimus L9 - Inside

You will find 1GB of RAM and a 1GHz dual-core TI processor on the inside. The handset runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and carries VGA front-facing camera and a microSD card slot.


LG Optimus L9 - Features

LG Optimus L9 camera captures great photos and the LED flash helps a lot. Quick Memo feature allows one to take a screenshot of whatever is on the screen, edit it quickly and share it with your colleagues and friends. Battery life is great and you get a nice experience thanks to the 2150 mAh battery. You can easily get full day of juice from the battery, but again deepens on how you are using the phone.

The Optimus L9 may not be the most powerful handset in the world, but whatever it does, it does it nicely and with no complaints. This is pretty delightful and with a a future update, it can last long in the market. This is a great handset for the middle range market and may prove to be a good first-time smartphone. You can enjoy the futures of a smart phone but without breaking your bank. This is definitely a good choice for a mid-tiered handset without an over-bloated UI or offering you any poor performance.

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