The LG Optimus 7 p700 is a high-end Android based smartphone with super sleek design, just 8.8 mm thick and runs on the newest Android v4.0 build aka (Ice Cream Sandwich) and powered by a Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 chipset, that includes a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor as well as dedicated PowerVR GPU, for mind-boggling gaming experience, and it easily handles Full HD 1080p videos, while 1 GB of RAM ensures maximum multi-tasking experience.
The L7 has a large, 4.7-inch IPS TFT display with WVGA resolution supported and maintains a pixel aspect ratio of 217 pixels per inch. Internally, it has 4 GB of on-board storage that can be easily expandable further up to 32 GB via using micro-SD cards. Additionally, it has a pair of cameras, a 5 MP rear shooter with LED flash on its back, plus a front facing cam for video calls. Additionally, it has a neat set of connectivity options with up to 21 Mbps (theoretical), Wi-Fi with hotspot ability, a HDMI port to mirror full HD videos to your larger displays and lastly, it’s NFC capable.