By Stephen Schenck | February 20, 2013 12:16 PM
When it comes to LG’s smartphone lineup for the Mobile World Congress, the company isn’t exactly holding its cards close to its chest. We’ve already heard LG announce phones like its new L-series models and the Optimus G Pro, and yesterday the company released an MWC trailer video (below) which touches on all the new Androids it plans to bring to Barcelona. Today, we get to take a look at a pair of those models, with press renders leaking for two F-series devices.
On the left up there is what’s reportedly the Optimus F7, and on the right the Optimus F5; while both keep their hardware Android buttons, only the F5 goes the all-capacitive route.
What we don’t have yet are any sort of specs for these models, so it’s not like LG won’t have any news for us at the MWC. We’ve got to wonder, though, is it really in LG’s best interest to be bringing oh so many models to show off all at once; by our count, we’re looking at a minimum of seven Androids, with the possibility for a couple more.