LG Bello II is the New Entry-Level Smartphone of the Korean Manufacturer

LG Bello II goes official

LG Bello II is officially announced, getting released later this month

LG brought a new entry-level handset to the tech arena named LG Bello II. It is the successor of the LG Bello that was announced around this time last year. It is a modest 5-incher with low-end specs that will land on the markets across Latin America, Europe and Asia. The resolution of the screen of LG Bello II is 480 x 854p. It runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop which means that users will have the advantages of the capabilities of the platform in their budget device.

The hardware that keeps the Bello II running is a processor with four cores clocked at 1.3GHz with MediaTek MT6582 chip. It works in a configuration with 1GB RAM. The new entry-level smartphone boasts 8GB storage by default that is expandable via microSD cards. On the back of the LG Bello II is provided an 8MP snapper that serves as the primary camera. The more modest shooter is set on the front panel with 5MP and works well for selfies and video calls.

The battery that is integrated in the gut of the handset is with a capacity of 2540mAh. Bello II supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G connectivity features. It will be available in gold, white and titan color variants. The launching of the smartphone begins later this month. The price of the Bello II will be revealed by local retailers and carriers. The expectations suggest that it will cost around €150. It is getting released under different names in some countries, such as LG Prime II in Brazil and Chile, LG Max in India, Mexico and CIS countries etc.

Source: frandroid

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