Bello II is another Selfie phone from LG
LG has unveiled another mid-range cell phone, the Bello II focused at Selfie lovers. The organization touts that the LG Bello II is the successor to the LG L Bello, which was dispatched a year ago and features updated specifications. The cell phone will be accessible in single and double SIM variations, as indicated by LG. The Bello II otherwise known as LG Max is controlled by a 1.3GHz quad-center processor and elements a 5-inch FWVGA (480x854 pixels) display.
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The cell phone accompanies 1GB RAM and packs 8GB of internal memory with microSD card support. The cell phone includes an 8-megapixel back camera while there is a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The LG Bello II has some selfie features, for example, Gesture Shot and Selfie Flash, as of now seen on the organization's G Series. Gesture Shot permits clients to take selfies without squeezing any buttons and Selfie Flash transforms the phone's display into a delicate glimmer for pictures. The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop-based cell phone accompanies 3G network supports with HSPA+ (accelerate to 21Mbps).
Other integration choices incorporate Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, and Micro-USB. The handset packs 2540mAh removable battery. It quantifies 140.8x71.6x9.6mm and measures 155 grams. The LG Bello II will be dispatching in Latin America and India this month. The cell phone will be taken off in Europe and CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) in the second from last quarter.
The company reveals that the LG Bello II will be launching in Brazil and Chile as LG Prime II while in the Indian market and also Mexico and CIS the cell phone will be called LG Max. The LG organization said that the cost of the handset and extra accessibility points of interest will be declared provincially at the season of release. The cell phone will be accessible in White, Titan, and Gold colors.
With the likes of Xiaomi and Meizu, it is becoming hard for other smart phone manufacturers to come up with high end smartphones in a cheap price tag. The Chinese smartphone makers are giving a tough time to the main players in the market and as Xiaomi is just a year far from entering the US market, this is the time LG and others should start offering sweet deals which their loyal customers can’t refuse.