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LG Optimus L3 Specs

LG Optimus L3 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateOct 2012
Display diagonal8.13 cm (3.2")
Display resolution240 x 320 pixels
Orientation sensor
Display typeLCD
Display number of colours256 colours
Weight & dimensions
Weight109 g
Width61.6 mm
Depth11.7 mm
Height102.6 mm
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
SIM card typeMiniSIM
2G standardsGSM
3G standardsHSDPA
Data network3G
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g,802.11n
Bluetooth version3.0
2G bands (primary SIM)900,1800,1900 MHz
3G bands supported900,2100 MHz
Compatible memory cardsmicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size32 GB
Position location
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version2.3
Rear camera resolution (numeric)3 MP
Auto focus
Built-in flash
Video recording
Video capture resolution (max)640 x 480 pixels
Built-in camera
Battery capacity1500 mAh
Form factorBar
Colour of productPink
FM radio

LG Optimus L3 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-05-24
Attractive looking design, "Floating" screen, Only $99Small, low-res display, No Ice Cream Sandwich software
When it comes to smartphones, LG is arguably better known for its budget offerings than its premium models. The company's latest entry-level smartphone, the Optimus L3, appears to be perfect example of that — it sells through Telstra for $99....
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Reviewed on 2012-08-15
1GB internal storage, Compact, Intuitive UI, Strong battery lifeTerrible display, Clunky charging port, Uncomfortable design, No future Android updates
Update : We've altered our review to reflect improved pricing on the Optimus L3 - does that make it any more worthwhile as a smartphone though? Some way off becoming a leader of the smartphone scene, LG's Optimus L3 is an entry-level handset that countera...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-09
Cheap on pay as you go; MicroSD card slotTiny, awfully low-res screen; Creaky, scratch-prone body; Glitchy software; Underwhelming hardware
In this review Should I buy the LG Optimus L3? Design and build Screen Android 2.3 Gingerbread Power and performance Camera Conclusion The Optimus L3 is part of LG's L series range of smart phones, which aim to offer stylish bodies for a bargain price ...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-16
Low asking price, Long battery lifeGood performance from the processor, Screen is very poor, Camera isn't much to write home about, Uses an old version of Android
Available for £70 on Pay as you go, the Optimus L3 E400 is by far the cheapest phone in LG's current line up of Optimus Android handsets. A year ago this price point would have seemed astonishing, but price erosion on entry level Android handset has been ...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-13
As with most recent small mobile phones it is touch, the only exception is the volume up and down controls and the on/off button. Just two visible connections the 3.5mm jack for earbuds and the micro USB to recharge it....
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Reviewed on 2012-07-09
The LG Optimus L3 is the lowest ranked handset in LG’s L Series – which also comprises the LG Optimus L5 and Optimus L7 – but you can€t tell by looking at its design. It€s not a great-looking handset, but in a world where the trend for devices is to get b...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-29
Inherited with an internal memory of 1 GB storage, 384 MB RAM, Supports external memory of 32 GB, Packed with display of TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors, The display size is 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches, Sports a camera of 3.15 MP and 2048×1536 pi...Camera could have been better one, Lack of camera flash and autofocus, Absence of secondary camera
LG is an eminent name among the consumers owing to their premium gadgets. The company has carved a niche in the market by dint of their scintillating mobile handsets, televisions and many more. One of the flawless handsets from LG is the Optimus L3 E400. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-06
Cheapish, well-builtHorrible screen, not as cheap as some better phones
It's not a huge surprise that low-cost mobile phones are popular. There are a lot of people in need of smartphones, but not all of them have the money to spend on them. Most operators have a phone that costs about £100 or so, on pay-as-you-go, which i...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-22
The LG L3 is part of LG's line-up of 'L-Style' smartphones. The trio of devices share a similar design with the L3 the smallest and cheapest option with the lowest specification. LG L3: Design The LG L3 handset has a very square and flat look to it fro...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-22
If you've got around £100 to spend on a mobile phone, then you've got a fair bit of choice, and Android smartphones are certainly within your grasp. Checking current prices for pay as you go handsets at Carphone Warehouse, as I write this review, I find t...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-16
Neat, compact design, looks pricier than it is,Screen resolution poor and not very sensitive, sluggish processor
LG's Optimus series continues apace with the L3, a budget smart phone with a distinctive look and a full suite of Android features.DesignPart of the "L" series of budget smartphones, the L3 looks a little, well, squarer than most mobile phones. Not as ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-10
LG unveiled its new L-style smartphone design identity at the beginning of the year, during the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Although it was the Samsung Galaxy Note challenging Optimus Vu and Tegra 3-powered Optimus 4X that grabbed the most...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-04
Attractive design, Great battery performance, Low price, Good usability, MicroSD card supportSmall, low-resolution display, Mediocre camera, Not the latest version of Android
LG is looking to differentiate this budget Android handset by spotlighting its sharp, minimalist design, reflecting a consistent feel LG has deployed across the L-Style range. The L-Style series takes some of its headline design cues from the flagship Pra...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-01
Great design, Palm size simplicity, Easy user interfaceLow storage, Poor camera, Low resolution screen
The LG Optimus L3 is the brand's attempt to hit the budget Android market in style and, at the first hurdle, it manages to beat both the Samsung Galaxy Ace and Huawei Ascend G300 from the very first glance. The design is slick, palm-sized and even manage...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-27
Neat, stylish design, good virtual keyboard, excellent priceTiny lowres display, mediocre camera, no futureproofing
This is the first of LG’s smartphone L-series – and it’s a neat, well designed handset. The £80 price tag is very appealing, but corners have been cut to keep the price down – the display quality is not what it should be. Watching movies is hindered b...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-17
Looks better than the average entrylevel phone, Good performance and fluid UI, Flash Player supportThe screen brings tears to your eyes... literally, Very poor camera, Overpriced
While we're all going crazy about the upcoming quad-core beasts this year, but we shouldn't forget about those sweet little entry-level handsets that, believe it or not, are conquering peaks of their own. For example, we've already started seeing budg...
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