Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 8:05 pm IST
MWC 2012: LG previews the T375 and T385 feature phones
| by Aaron Almeida |
This year’s Mobile World Congress for LG has been all about their recently announced Android smartphones; the most notable mentions being their LG Optimus Vu, which features a massive 5-inch display, the Optimus 4X HD with a quad-core processor, the Optimus 3D Max, which is a successor to the Optimus 3D and their L-Style smartphones. However, LG have also previewed two other handsets, but these do not fall in the smartphone category, rather in the feature phone category of mobiles. The handsets that were previewed at the MWC event in Barcelona were the T375, a dual-SIM handset and the T385, a Wi-Fi handset.
Dual-SIM capabilities found here
For those who may not know, feature phones are basically mobile phones by manufacturers that are not considered to be smartphones. They may possess various features and capabilities that are not found in general mobile phones, but additional features put them slightly above basic mobile phones. They usually have a JAVA-based operating system, as opposed to Android or Windows Phone and are generally cheaper than most smartphones.
Brands can launch these phones at a lower price point making their audience increase by quite a large margin. Let us know your thoughts on these latest feature phones by LG in the comments below.
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