LG Bello II Unveiled
|LG Bello II Brings 5MP Selfie Camera and Large 5-inch Display to 3G Markets|
LG Electronics will roll out its newest mid-range 3G smartphone, a competitively-priced alternative for today’s discerning smartphone buyers in 3G markets. The LG Bello II is the successor to last year’s popular L Bello and features a large display, a more powerful selfie camera and key camera features carried over from the company’s premium models.
In addition to the large 5.0-inch display, a 5MP front-facing camera and a best-in-class 2,540mAh replaceable battery that provides ample power for all of its advanced features. LG also made it easy to snap great selfies with proprietary features like Gesture Shot and Selfie Flash, carried over from its G Series. Gesture Shot enables users to take selfies without pressing any buttons ― perfect for selfie sticks ― by simply opening and closing a hand in front of the camera. And Selfie Flash turns the phone’s display into a soft flash for portraits that are more subtle and refined.
All of these features are packaged in a sleek design that makes use of premium materials for added style and durability. A Spin Hairline pattern accents the metallic edge and a multi-layered, grooved circular pattern creates a unique visual effect on the rear cover, while also improving grip and texture.
LG Bello II Specs
5-inch FVWGA (854x480) display, 196ppi
Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) with LG UX 4
1.3GHz quad-core processor
1GB of RAM
8GB of internal storage
Supports memory expansion via MicroSD card
8-megapixel rear camera w/ LED flash
5-megapixel front camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby (Optional)
3G/HSPA+ / Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
GPS / microUSB / Bluetooth 4.0
Li-Ion 2,540mAh battery (removable)
140.8 x 71.6 x 9.6mm (dimension)
Colors: Black, Gold and White
Price and Availability
The LG Bello II will be first rolled out in select market in Latin America region later this month, followed by a wider release in Russia Europe, and Asia in the coming months. Pricing and local availability is yet to be announced.
Source: The Korea Bizwire