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LG Optimus Fuel Review & Specs

LG Optimus Fuel is a low-end Android device, which counts with a 3 mega-pixels back camera, a powerful 1.2 GHz Dual-Core processing unit and a 3.5 inches multi touch display.

LG ships the LG Optimus Fuel with a quite powerful 1.2 gigahertz Dual-Core processor.

This time, it seems like LG didn’t care about the weight in this 3.99 oz device.

LG equipped this cellphone with a good 3.5 inches display, and a resolution of 320 x 480 , making everything look good. Its display uses TFT capacitive technology, and allows multi-touch for gestures like pinch and zoom.

The LG Optimus Fuel doesn’t use a SIM card, because it’s not a GSM cellphone and it works in CDMA carriers.

The LG Optimus Fuel only has a 3 megapixels back facing camera. It can also film videos in 800×480. The camera also includes smile detection shooting and geo tagging.

This cellphone counts with a medium sized 1700 mAh replaceable battery that provides this cellphone an awesome battery life. LG claims this cellphone has a talk time of 10 hs and a stand by time of 264 hs.

The LG Optimus Fuel also features some interesting features like Bluetooth (4.0), GPS Localization and NFC (to trigger actions, transfer data or make payments by holding your phone close to another NFC device or tag), and some sensors like Proximity Sensor and Accelerometer.

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Device Type:Phone
Operating System (OS):Android 4.4
Product code:L34C
Dimensions:4.28 x 2.32 x 0.47 inches
Weight:3.99 ounces


Screen Type:TFT
Size:3.5 inches
Resolution:480 x 320 pixels
Pixel density:165 pixels per inch
Touch screen:Capacitive, Multi-touch


Processor:Dual-Core 1200 MHz
Graphics Processor:Yes
SD Card Slot:microSD, microSDHC (up to 32 GB)


Capacity:1700 mAh
Stand-by Time:264 hours
Talk Time:10 hours


Back camera:3 megapixels
Max video resolution:800 x 480
Camera features:Geo Tagging and Smile Detection Shooting


CDMA Bands:800, 1900

Other Features

Bluetooth:Version 4.0
Sensors:Accelerometer and Proximity Sensor
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