LG has announced a new smartphone in its L-series and given it a name that is familiar to may of us in these parts –

Meet LG L Bello: When do we get Ngozi and Ekaette?

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LG Bello

LG has announced a new smartphone in its L-series and given it a name that is familiar to may of us in these parts – Bello. Don’t ask me how they came about the name. It sure is nice one. Hopefully, we can expect to start seeing phones named like LG L Ngozi, LG L Abiola, and LG L Ekaette.

Bello is a 5-inch display smartphone powered by a 1.3GHz Quad-Core processor and 1GB of RAM. There’s an 8 megapixel camera in the mix, and a battery of 2,540mAh capacity. Some special features of L Bello include:

Touch & Shoot helps capture special moments quickly and intuitively by letting users tap anywhere on the display to focus and shoot in one single step.

Gesture Shot enables users to simply open and close a hand in front of the lens to start a three-second countdown before triggering the shutter.

Front Camera Light reduces the size of the preview screen and adds a bright white background for softer lighting in self-portrait mode.

Knock Code™ enables users to unlock their LG smartphones in one easy step by tapping a personalized “knock” pattern on the phone’s display.

QuickCircle™ Case gives easy access to frequently used functions such as calling, text messaging, music and camera all from the window without opening the cover.

Meanwhile, there is an LG L Fino too. Did someone misspell over at LG? Shouldn’t that be reading LG L Phyno?


  1. Bello, An Unremarkable Name For A Regular Device..

    This Name Reminds One Of The Nokia Pregnancy (Nokia Belle).
    In These Parts, “Belle” Does Not Mean Beautiful. We Are Not French. “Belle” Means Pregnancy…

    Just Like Google Being Unable To Make Up Its Mind On What To Call Their Next Android Version (Android L, Lollipop, “Lmp” – Lemon Meringue Pie, What?), Manufacturers Seem To Be (Increasingly) At Sea Regarding What To Name Their Babies.. Innjoo, Anyone..?

    Perhaps A “Random Character Generator” Could Just Be Used To Cone Up With Names Of Products And A Die Tossed To Pick One Of The Names Tossed Up?

    In This Case, Perhaps Google Translate Would Give Us What “Bello” Means In Korean Language..?

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