LG Optimus Net, the entry-level Android smartphone which pretty much supersedes LG’s Optimus One, got its dual-SIM twin brother – P698. Announced in Russia, it’s pretty much the same device under the hood except that it sports two SIM card slots. Moreover, instead of the search key, it has a switch SIM key, allowing users to quickly change between two phone numbers (and two different networks).
Rest of the specs include a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, 800MHz processor, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.5mm headset jack, 512MB of RAM, and 150MB of internal memory that is further expandable with microSD cards.
The new device will be sold in Russia as LG Optimus Link Dual Sim for 8,990 rubles, which translates into about 216 EUR or $290. In Brazil, the Korean company will offer it under the name of LG Optimus Net Dual. No word whether/when this baby will hit other markets throughout the world…
[Via: Unwired View]