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LG E430 Optimus L3II 3.2-inch Sim Free Android Smartphone , UK version- Black

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  • True Colour IPS Touchscreen display
  • Home Button LED - smart LED lighting that alerts you with different colours for incoming calls, e-mails, and messages
  • Cheese Shutter - take a photo using only your voice

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Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 1.2 x 10.3 cm ; 104 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 240 g
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  • Item model number: LGE430.AGBRBK
  • ASIN: B00CI05UGO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 April 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,647 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Colour Name: Black

Product Description

Size: 102.6 x 61.1 x 11.9 mm

LG Optimus L3 II

Brilliance In Style

The LG Optimus L3 II features Android&; 4.1 Jelly Bean, 1GHz processor, 3MP camera with cheese shutter, LED home button, Safety Care and a 3.2” True Colour IPS display for true-to-life colours and surprising detail. Stay connected and keep in touch with 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS capabilities. Browse the web, text, tweet and email. With QuickMemo add a fun comment or doodle to any photo and instantly share it with friends.

Home Button LED

Seamless Layout

The rounded contours and clean lines are more than just easy on the eye as they come together to create a form that fits nicely in your palm and is a dream to hold.

Radiant Rear Design

Get noticed with a rear design that gleams brilliantly as it grabs attention with its shimmering textured finish.

Home Button LED

An innovative feature that alerts you with smart LED lighting in a selection of colours and patterns for incoming calls, emails and messages. Differentiate between each notification instantly with colour specific alerts.

3.2” True Colour IPS Display

3.2” True Colour IPS Display

Surprise your eyes with colours so real you won’t be able to tell where the screen ends and reality begins. Now all your pictures, videos and more will pop with true-to-life colours and surprising detail.

1,540mAh Large Capacity Battery

You live a busy mobile life, so you need greater battery capacity to get you through the day. LG Optimus L3 II’s 1,540mAh LI-ION goes the distance and keeps you charged through all your daily tasks.

Advanced QuickMemo

Advanced QuickMemo

Simply capture what you want and scribble a note on it with QuickMemo. You can also make calls or browse the web while simultaneously having your hand written messages open in the background. Now, you no longer need to memorize difficult numbers and notes.

Cheese Shutter

Cheese Shutter

Snap a photo using nothing but your voice to capture perfect self-shot images without blurring caused by shaking hands. Easily set your camera to voice command to take amazing photos simply by saying cheese or any other word of your choosing.

Safety Care

Safety Care lets you rest easy knowing that friends and loved ones are safe. After designating a recipient, alerts will be sent out if they haven’t used their phone for a certain period of time or if they have dialled an emergency number. The GPS location of the user will be sent to their designated recipient.

Box Contains

Handset
Battery
Charger
USB Cable
User Manual

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Joao Marques on 12 Nov 2013
Colour Name: Black
Prior to buying the LG L3II phone, I read a lot of reviews on several speciality websites refering on how weak the processing power is and how low res the screen is.

To be quite honest, if you want an android phone to play games, those sites are correct.

Now, if you require a phone that works, well... as a phone, but that also allows you to have your email, your contacts syncronized, your music and maybe some useful apps such as a GPS navigator and evernote, then this is the phone to buy.
It does have some limited storage, but as long as you plug in a microSD card to carry all those MP3s and photos with you, it'll suit you fine.

Unlike hi end android phones, this one won't break your budget, won't be running out of battery power every day and will fit any pocket.

Yes, forget about gaming and forget about taking great photos. Still, it's fairly solid and good looking and if you, like me, already have a bunch of gaming platforms such as a laptop and a tablet, this becomes the ideal companion. And for that matter also works great as a portable wifi hotspot if you need one.

For the price tag it comes with, I'll point 3 downsides you may consider prior to buying:
1 - It's fairly hard to type on the on screen keyboard if you have large hands as the screen is small.
2 - The camera could have some sort of focusing (it doesn't seem to have) as it could take better pictures even with the small resolution.
3 - The phone doesn't come with any led / flash, so you can't use it as an emergency lantern and no flash for night pictures (the daytime ones are bad enough anyway... so maybe not much point here).

I'll also consider some upsides for that matter too:
1 - It's cheap.
2 - Fits small pockets.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Twasme on 20 Dec 2013
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The LG Optimus L3II is a basic Android smartphone, with excellent battery life. It has a small display (just over 3 inches) with relatively few pixels (240 x 320 pixels), a similarly low resolution camera (3MP) and 4GB internal memory. These bring some limitations:
- The keyboard when displayed will cover a large part of the screen, and the keys will be so small that it is difficult to type accurately. I have got used to this after a while - and there are plenty of different keyboards that can be downloaded from the market.
- Not all app makers design for such a small screen, so there will be some that are either not downloadable to this phone or just not usable (buttons off the bottom of the screen is quite common). This seems to mainly be an issue with games, but if you want to play lots of games this is probably not a phone for you anyway.
- Over half the internal memory is taken by the system leaving less than 2GB for apps you download. That may sound a lot but it soon disappears. Unfortunately about 100 MB is taken by Google apps installed as system apps - making them difficult to remove - that many will not want or need, such as Google+ and Google Hangouts. If you are downloading game apps, you will probably quickly run out of space, if your interest is mainly for communication utilities and social networking apps, there is likely to be enough space.
- The camera is not great - you would not want to rely on it as your main camera.

On the plus side:
- It is small - easy to fit in a pocket and small enough to hold and operate with just one hand.
- The Android version 4.1.2 (Jellybean) operating system seems very responsive - I have noticed very little lag.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By T. A. J. Leahy on 27 May 2013
Colour Name: Black
this is a great little powerfull smartphone from LG.and despite some of the reviews i have read about this phone where there has been various issues.i have yet had none so maybe they were just unlucky.its small but has a very good touchscreen and a 2gb internal memory and the mp3 player is excellent and the sound quality on calls is clear.i managed to get my phone for £59.99 from tescos a real bargain.overall may not be everybodys choice because of the size and small screen but im not complaining.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. Odueko on 15 Sep 2013
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This is not a power phone, it is a basic version of what could be a power phone [running android 4.1.2].

You can think of it like the operating systems for desktop PCs that has varying flavours ranging from a basic to home to professional and to ultimate. This falls under basic with the advanced features stripped off. The phone encryption has been stripped off amongst other things perhaps to compensate for the low performance specification of the hardware basically as a means to boost functionality speed. In order words, if encryption feature was left active then phone would become slow as it has to decrypt on the fly.

It works well with minor/passable periodical lags usually when hanging up a call. Its inbuilt storage is sufficient for tons of updates and adding lots of utility software [Note: I stated utility and not games]. I have not stated games because it does not have the best display for games. The screen is small and lacking in crisp detail. This is basically not a phone designed with gaming in mind, it is a phone that was designed to function and serve the purpose dedicatedly as a phone.

The phone is light small enough to be swallowed in palm of someone with large hands which could also be an inconvenience trying to type with large thumbs on a very little screen. So if you have large hands, I would suggest avoiding this phone if you can help it.

The audio is crisp and clear through direct phone calls [excluding the microphone of some headsets]

The battery last only a day, that means requires a daily charge, purchasing a spare battery and battery charger could ease that inconvenience.

Being a user of previous LG phones [perhaps their basic range of phones] I can say, do not expect software upgrades/updates.
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