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Runs Android 4.0.
Cheap build quality.
Low resolution screen.
No front-facing camera.
Little internal memory.
By TrustedReviews on May 08, 2013
The LG Optimus L5 II is a neat and compact little handset, with a vibrant screen and good battery life. It has some neat features too, including its Quick Memo app and the voice activated shutter for the camera.
By TechRadar on January 02, 2013
TechRadar rating2.5/5ForIce Cream SandwichNFC enabledGood battery life4-inch displayAgainstSlow processorLow camera qualityGlare in direct sunlightNo front cameraLG Optimus L5 reviewLG's mid-range Android phoneBy Laura Tosney January 2nd 20130...
By Furloo on December 17, 2012
Summing up all, the mobile phone is a mixture of appealing and moderate features but it can still impress anyone with its performance and beautiful design.
By TweakTown on December 04, 2012
But, at the time of writing this review, the also LG-made Nexus 4 came out recently. For $399 AUD, you get Google's flagship phone with a 1280x768 display, quad-core processor, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and much, much more. $199 to $399 is double the...
By iGyaanMobile on September 18, 2012
While LG is ramping up operations in their Lineup, their recent Indian launches were well received. Among them was the LG Optimus L5. Build Quality and Design The phone is decently build along the same design elements as the Optimus...
By TechieBuzz on August 29, 2012
The Optimus L5 makes a lot of compromises. The biggest of them are with the screen and the processor. The low ppi and single core processor means that mobile enthusiasts are unlikely to find the L5 to their liking.
By DigitalVersus on August 23, 2012
Nothing about the Optimus L5 makes it stand out from the competition. The multimedia features are lacking and the display, frankly, is mediocre. It does, however, have an enjoyable user interface and acceptable battery life. The L series appears to be...
By SiliconIndia on August 08, 2012
The LG Optimus L5 is good for first time smartphone users, with fairly slower single-core processor and average screen resolution it won’t appeal to be in the mid ranged smartphone segment.
By Phone Arena on July 17, 2012
LG has cut quite a bit of corners as far as components are concerned with the L-style series, and the Optimus L5 is no exception to that rule. With a fairly slow single-core processor and a below average screen pixel density, it certainly won't...
By ExposeKnowledge on June 30, 2012
Designed for sheer versatility, the new LG Optimus L5 is the answer to all your needs. The spacious 4.0" canvas offers more room for your fingers to play, along with viewing comfort and advanced readability.
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