Sprint Announces the LG Optimus F3
LG’s Optimus F3 is set to find a home with Sprint come June 14th. The F3 is a new Optimus set to fill in the low end. The LG Optimus F series of smart phones were announced earlier this year shortly before MWC. The company announced the LG F7 and F5 while the F3 was left in the dark. However back in April of this year @evleaks discovered some small details that would eventually put the F3 in the loving hands of the yellow clad, Now Network. Today, that leaky rumor has become a reality.
Sprint has made the LG Optimus F3 official for their network and it is set to be the companies most affordable 4G LTE smart phone! So before we delve into what the F3 offers, let’s see what it will cost! Sprint will be launching the F3 come June 14th and will be made available for a mere $29.99, this of course under the guise of a new two year contract and only after a fifty dollar mail in rebate. This ultimately, translates into about $80 bucks out the door. Still, very affordable. The Sprint Optimus F3 will be offered up in silver and purple color options. The device comes running with the likes of Android version 4.1.2 aka Jelly Bean and gives its end users access to the OS via a 4 inch touch screen with a 480×800 pixel resolution at 233 pixels per inch and is protected from upon high by Gorilla Glass 2.0. Internally the F3 packs in a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, expandable micro SD memory as well as a 2460 mAh battery. It is also slated to pack in a rear facing 5 mega pixel camera with an un-specified front facer available as well. Additional connectivity mentioned within the press release is Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC and Bluetooth. The F3 also comes with a handful of other features like VuTalk, Qslide 2.0, QTranslator, QuickMemory, and TalkBack.
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