There's been plenty of chatter on the mobile grapevine lately about LG's next flagship the G3 – and no wonder when you hear the quoted specs – but in the meantime LG has polished up its mid-range lineup with this, the LG G65.
It only popped up on our radar for the first time yesterday thanks to some image leakage by @evleaks, but now we can jump straight to the official details.
If you cast your mind back to MWC 2014, you may recall LG announcing its LG L-Series III range consisting of the L90, L70 and L40.
Well, the L65 is pretty much a dual-SIM version of the L70. In fact, barring the capacity for a second SIM, it's all but identical except for the 4.3in display, which is a tad smaller than the L70's 4.5in screen.
Despite that, it's housed in what appears to be the exact same shell (both devices have the same dimensions overall – 127.2 x 66.8 x 9.5mm), while if you really wanted to split hairs you could say the L65 has the sharper screen, considering it packs the same 800 x 480 resolution as the L70 but on a slightly smaller screen.
Elsewhere, though, you've got the same dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 4GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM, 5MP camera, removable 2100mAh battery and Android 4.4.2 operating system.
The LG L65 has been announced in Russia but will make its way to other markets in due course. Considering the L70 is available in both single- and dual-SIM varieties, it's likely that if the L65 does make it to the UK, it'll be without the extra SIM slot. But at this point there's no telling if or when that might happen.
Via Times of India