It has been a very busy year for LG as they have flooded their Mobile World Congress booth with a total of eight smartphones on display. The most recent devices are the F series, which include the the Optimus F5 and the Optimus F7, which are both solid mid-range devices but the F7 is the most powerful of the pair sporting a 4.7-inch 720p LCD screen, dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 8-Megapixel camera, and a decent sized 2540 mAh battery. This announcement came right after the debut of LG’s L series refresher, which inludes the Optimus L3 ll, L5 ll, and L7 ll, all lower-end devices, and unlike the aforementioned F series, are only 3G capable.
The Optimus G line was the headliner for LG at MWC this year as they took this opportunity to debut the Optimus G Pro, their first 1080p device. This is the second device added to the Optimus G line and along with the 1080p display, it will also come equipped with Qualcomm’s Quad-Core 600-series chip running at 1.7 GHz , a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display, a big 3140 mAh battery, and Jellybean 4.1.2.
The last two devices are the original Vu and the Vu 2, but nothing new there.
With all these devices being launched, it may be safe to say LG is looking to hit every corner of the mobile market this year. The question is have they impressed you enough to convince you to go out and buy one one of them? Let us know in the comments below and if you want to see what other devices have been announced at MWC click here.