At the Mobile World Congress 2015, LG Electronics arrived with just a high-end phone, unfortunately one launched in January, the LG G Flex 2. However, the South-Korean company managed to bring some mid-range phones called Magna, Leon, Spirit and Joy.



Today, LG announced that all these 4 devices will be launched globally in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America. The main feature of these smartphones is the accessible price in relation with the specs included in the package. In terms of dimensions, we get a 5 inch panel on the Magna, a 4.7 inch one on the LG Spirit, a 4.5 inch display for the LG Leon, and a 4-inch screen for the compact LG Joy.

Three of them are running Android Lollipop operating system while the LG Joy keeps the Android 4.4.4 KitKat version. At the moment, several online retailers are selling the phones in case with prices between $170 for LG Leon and $245 for LG Spirit.



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