LG Optimus L9 2 D605 Review

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The LG Optimus L9 2 is placed in the middle category of Android devices. Regardless of the fact that it is thought to be the biggest crowd here, it is actually difficult to find a suitable model. This phone is considered to be perhaps the best from the LG L series. The reason for that lies in its dual-core processor, 4.7-inch screen, 8MP camera, and slim and compact design. So, the LG Optimus L9 2 has everything a solid phone needs, especially when we know that the phone is not unreasonably expensive.

LG Optimus L9 2 design

Like most L-Series models, the LG Optimus L9 2 does not leave you breathless. Ok, it may look better than its cousins, but this is a design that LG has long been accustomed to. The rectangular shape and somewhat conservative appearance are its main features. The phone also has a fairly large 4.7-inch screen, but it is also quite compact and fits quite nicely in your hands. It is quite practical to use with one hand and fits perfectly in any pocket.

The phone is made of glittery plastic, which is not always the best solution. However, the LG Optimus L9 2 looks decent. The surface is attractive for prints, but not to an unbearable extent.

On the right side is the main button, which is easy to reach. Admittedly, the button is not noticeable enough so you have to make a little effort to press it normally. On the opposite side are the volume control button, and below the screen are the standard three capacitive Android buttons, which work nicely.

LG Optimus L9 2 screen

The screen is the dominant part of this phone. It is made of a 4.7-inch IPS LCD screen with 720 × 1280 pixels and a good 312 pixels per inch. The image display is good. You will not notice the pronounced pixels with the naked eye, while the colors may be a shade cooler, but all within the limits of normalcy. Viewing angles are also quite good, as well as visibility in daylight thanks to the sufficient amount of brightness of the screen itself.

The LG Optimus L9 2 runs on 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Android OS. Its obsolescence is certainly a disadvantage, regardless of the fact that it does not greatly affect the operation of the phone itself. The user interface looks nice, with a lot of strong colors (which someone might not like). LG Optimus L9 2 has a so-called. a quick button on the left that currently activates the application you specify.

LG Optimus L9 2 specification and performance

For a mid-range phone, the LG Optimus L9 2 is equipped with a pretty good dual-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz. It is a Snapdragon 400 combined with 1GB of RAM. Thanks to this, the phone works without any problems. Some slowdowns are noticed only in very demanding applications, but it does not last long. Some of these applications are also video games, with which the LG Optimus L9 2 copes nicely. The phone has only 8GB of internal memory, which means that you have to buy a MicroSD card because you really have only 4GB left, which is not enough for normal operation.

The 2150 mAh battery is not very heavy, but it is enough for a whole day of normal use. A phone like this may be expected to last the next day, but that’s not the case here.

LG Optimus L9 2 camera

The 8MP camera is somewhere in the middle when it comes to performance. When the lighting is good (mostly outdoors and during the day), pretty good photos can be taken, with a lot of precise colors and details. It’s a completely different story when you want to use zoom because then photographs get a lot of noise. Indoors, photos can be good, although they are often without the real quality we expect from a phone and an 8MP camera. The camera interface is solid. There are all the necessary modes of operation (Panorama, HDR, Macro, Burst shot) and everything is somehow mediocre but clear. Although officially the LG Optimus L9 2 has 1080p video, in practice the video quality is average, with little detail. The sound quality is good.

LG Optimus L9 2 conclusion

The LG Optimus L9 2 is one of the better mid-range Android phones. The phone offers everything an average or advanced Android user needs. Its appearance does not knock you off your feet, but the phone is practical to use. If the LG Optimus L9 2 has not instilled confidence in you, know that there are a large number of competitors, among which the Motorola Moto G and Sony Xperia SP stand out, and for those who want to save money, there is the HTC Desire 500.

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