LG Optimus Net will support NFC and Dual SIM in certain markets


LG has officially unveiled two new Android smartphones, LG Optimus Pro and LG Optimus Net. The LG Optimus Pro was spotted in Italy recently and the specs of the LG Optimus Net were out few days back. Now, LG has also announced that the LG Optimus Net would support NFC and Dual SIM in certain markets.

The LG Optimus Net has 3.2 (320 x 480 pixels) touch screen, 800MHz Qualcomm Processor, 512MB Of RAM, 3.0 MP auto focus camera Wifi, Bluetooth and 3G . It runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and comes with 150 MB Internal memory that could be expanded up to 32GB with MicroSD. It also comes with 1500 mAh battery.

The LG Optimus Net would support Near Field Communication (NFC) in some European markets based on the carriers, to support Mobile payments and in the other market like Brazil, China, Asia and the CIS region it would come is Dual SIM version.

The LG Optimus Net would come in two color, Black and white and would be available in 30 markets starting this summer from Europe.

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