LG kicked off the mass of product launches at this year's consumer tech fair IFA by announcing the Optimus L9. Photo: AFP
LG has kicked off the mass of product launches at this year's consumer tech fair IFA by announcing the Optimus L9 -- an addition to the company's affordable L- Series.
The mid-level spec smartphone boasts a 4.7 inch IPS panel display, a dual-core 1GHz processor (no further details are yet available), 1GB RAM, 4GB on board storage, a camera that is a 5MP/VGA combo packed into a 9.1 mm thin body running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The slim device will also come with a pre-loaded bespoke version of the QTranslator app, which uses optical character recognition technologyt to translate from over 40 languages, including those with non-roman literals, into the language of your choice from 64 user languages.
LG revealed high-end Optimus G on August 28, just before the start of IFA.