"512MB of RAM"
LG does wrong, if I were LG then I set 32 mb ram.
More than enough for idiot people who buys a phone with 512 mb ram.
Even 1 gb is now below average for Android 4+ but LG still lives in 90's.
AnonD-163800, 23 Feb 2015My 1 year old zenfone 5 is much much better than this! Al it have is a sticker that says "... moreFor me, Redmi is fine but Spirit is fantastic ^^ maybe the redmi can be a spare or second phone but LG must be the first one for me~ (between LG and xiaomi)
AnonD-205075, 23 Feb 2015So basically Magna is LG G3 s...A BIT BETTER THAN G3'S
5MP FRONT CAMERA
4G LTE Cat.
and other Lollipop out of the box
and many new features
Force Majeure, 23 Feb 2015The LG Spirit has the highest pixel density of the 4, plus it's only 4 mm taller than the Leon... moreLG magna is the best for these 4 midrange phones, but G4 mini version would be the best option.
I still think LG G2 Mini is one of biggest smartphones midrange from LG.Low price, great battery, excellent pics and videos full hd.See all specs here in GSM Arena.
gws89, 23 Feb 2015LG mid range phones sucks compare to Samsung and HTC.Despite the fact that I have and loved HTC, they haven't really made a deal-breaket budget phone, and it's often more expensive than similiarly specced Samsungs and LGs and Motorolas and others. They can however, make great high-end phones. For the budget market there are many better alternative Samsungs and Xiaomis that's even cheaper, but the pricing isn't out yet so don't speculate much, but I think it would start at circa 110euros for the Joy, and ends at circa 230euros for the Magna
While undoubtedly the Magna and Leon would be the best sellers due to their interesting specs and prices, I think the Spirit would be the best buy for me. It's positioned lower than the Magna so it's cheaper while maintaining the same specs, the 4,7inch HD screen size would be better and manageable for some, while still maintaining over 310ppi(retina-grade) sharpness(using the Sony Z3 Compact's 4,7inch HD screen for example). And at 4,7 inch it's a tempting upgrade from the Leon and for those who want a smaller Magna while maintaining the same specs. LG's 8MP sensor is pretty good and has done a great job in the LG G2 mini, so it shouldn't be dissapointing. The 5MP sensor meanwhile is not so great, so be sure to pay the extra for the 4G model. The only possible drawback is the 2100mAh battery, but it shouldn't be a problem with Android 5.0 on board and(possibly) the latest 64-bit CPU, probably the Snapdragon 410. LG's new mid-range looks interesting and well-specced, and I hope they deliver. My G2 mini is overdue a replacement...
AnonD-163800, 23 Feb 2015My 1 year old zenfone 5 is much much better than this! Al it have is a sticker that says "... morebecause LG is not a chinese cheap company!
LG is LG!
by the way LG magna for me.
zenfone5 is ugly!
The LG Spirit has the highest pixel density of the 4, plus it's only 4 mm taller than the Leon with it's lower res and 4.5 incher. Seem like the Spirit is the best of the bunch, for someone like that don't like huge mobiles.
My 1 year old zenfone 5 is much much better than this! Al it have is a sticker that says "LG"! Common 1GB ram?? 480p screen on 3 of those! and this is called mid range! these are same/lower than redmi 1s which have midrange spec but priced at bottom!
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Why does one of the phones on the picture have soft keys? I thought Android L ready phones onl... morethe reason the 1 phone has those dedicated buttons, it is the smallest phone, and adding onscreen buttons would just make the usable screen size smaller
I'm more interested in knowing if LG has cut the ambient lighting sensors on those just like they did with their "minis" so far...
1GB is still enough for everyday use unless you're a smartphone addict and have tens of apps running at all times. That, or gaming - but then, why would you get a midrange device in that case?
Why does one of the phones on the picture have soft keys? I thought Android L ready phones only have on screen buttons...
*sigh*, 23 Feb 20151 GB.. uh... no.It's called midrange for a reason
Not everyone needs 4GB of ram