LG will be showing off a couple of its L-series Android smartphones at the MWC event next week. The three LG L-series Android smartphones are the L7, L5 and L3. The L7 and L5 will come with Android 4.0 ICS out of the box, while the L3 will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread at launch and have an upgrade to ICS in the future.
The design of the LG L-series smartphones are in the form of a thin metallic design with sharp edges along with a texture leather-like panel on its back. The display of the three devices are dubbed as “floating mass display”, which is basically a display that’s closer to its surface giving the illusion as if it’s floating.
The LG L7 will have a 4.3-inch display while the L3 will have a smaller 4-inch display only and both handsets are slated to hit Europe sometime in first half of 2012. The L3 will have only a 3.2-inch display and is expected to be available in Europe in March. The detailed specs of three handsets are not yet available, MWC should have more info unveiled. So, stay tuned.