LG F70 smartphone announced at MWC 2014
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, is one event that has certainly drawn its fair share of attention from the tech industry as well as anyone who is generally interested in mobile devices, and we have seen our fair share of smartphones and wearable technology there to date. The folks over at LG are not quite done with their repertoire of gadgets, having announced the LG F70 smartphone that will run on the most recent Android 4.4 KitKat operating system right out of the box alongside a slew of bells and whistles, targeting the fast growing LTE market around the globe.
LG has been a long-time industry leader in LTE patents, and the South Korean company continues to lead the charge when it comes to making 4G devices widely available around the world. Just what will the LG F70 bring to the table, or rather, to your pocket? For starters, you will not find yourself bogged down by its size, since it has a compact and slim chassis alongside a 4.5” WVGA IPS display, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, and will be powered by a removable 2,440mAh battery which would put it in good stead to lay claim to having the largest capacity battery in its class, allowing users to experience the exceptional speed of LTE without having to run off to the nearest power outlet in the middle of the day.
Apart from that, the thin bezel and smooth rear design on the LG F70 would also contribute to its ease of use and comfortable grip. There is the addition of Easy Home which will help simplify the home screen, all the while increasing the size of icons and fonts so that one who is making a transition to a smartphone for the first time would be whole lot easier. Other features include the latest advanced UX feature, Knock Code, 4GB of internal memory that can be augmented via a microSD memory card slot, 1GB RAM, and a 5MP shooter at the back with a VGA front-facing camera. There is no word on pricing just yet.