The LG Optimus F5 and Optimus F7 were announced back in February. The former becomes Verizon’s Lucid 2 and the latter is expected to head to the Boost Mobile as the LG FX1. This would be carrier’s third LTE-capable smartphone after the ZTE Force and HTC One SV.
There’s no confirmation from both LG and Boost Mobile at this point. It’s also not known how much the phone will be available for users. It should be pointed out the phone is generally a mid-ranger, which features cool capabilities. LG’s QSlide 2.0 is designed to enhance the multitasking performance of Optimus L7.
The phone can display two apps simultaneously on the screen, with one looks more and another is more translucent. This arrangement allows users to switch between apps smoothly, without the need to access the “recently opened apps” menu. The phone’s hardware specs include 4.7” True HD IPS display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8B of internal storage, 8Mp rear facing camera, 1.3 front facing camera, microSD card slot and 2,540mAh battery.