LG is refreshing its Android family with brand new member in the F series at MWC 2013, and the LG Optimus F7 is the larger of the two new arrivals. The handset features a 4.7-inch 720 x 1,280-pixel screen and runs on a 1.5GHz dual-core processor.
The LG Optimus F7 is clearly a mid-ranger despite the fact that it looks somewhat similar to LG’s last year flagship, the Optimus 4X HD. In the hand, you can definitely feel that the device does not have high aspirations. It is built out of plastic and you can definitely notice that fact.
Still it is well-equipped in terms of connectivity with 4G LTE support.
Hardware-wise, you're looking at phones that closely follow the pattern of the Optimus L5 II and L7 II -- mid-range phones running LG's skin atop Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. And just like on those handsets, the Optimus F5 and F7 run smoothly enough, and feature a three-button setup. On the F5 you've got three capacitive keys; on the F7 there's a big clicky home key. On the hardware side, the F7 has a few advantages, sporting a larger 4.7-inch screen versus the 4.3 inches of the F5.
Overall, the design of the F series is a close match for LG's other 2013 devices -- unassuming squarish designs with a variety of patterns occupying the back cover. The Korean F7 on display at the booth uses a similar checkerboard design to the Optimus G Pro.
At a Glance:-
Ø 1.5 GHz Dual Core Processor
Ø 2GB RAM
Ø 4.7 Inch HD IPS Display
Ø Android 4.1.2
Ø 8MP Cam With 1080p Video Recording
Ø LTE Support
Ø 8GB Internal Memory
Ø 2540 MAh Battery.