I can’t explain to you how much I LOVE the notification LED on my LG V30. So much so, I can’t imagine buying a smartphone in the future that doesn’t have this feature.
It started when I first jumped from Apple and my iPhone 3G to my first Android phone, the LGg3. I’d never seen a notification LED before, but it didn’t take long for me to realize how invaluable that little light is.
I am writing this article because a lot of people are asking me which are the LG Phones With Notification Light. We all know that LED notification on LG series of Android smartphones is a smart innovation. But they are a little bit conservative when it comes to this feature on their smartphones. Most of the people who buy their new series of LG Smartphones thinks that the LED notification is there by default on all of them, but that is not true. Only a very few numbers of LG Smartphones have the LED notification feature, so which are they?
Below given is the LG Phones With Notification Light.
(LG K4) -LG L43AL/ LGL44VL
There are quite a few new LG phones on the way, and we will start off with the LG 43AL and 44VL. These two devices are exactly the same, except for one important distinction – the AL version uses AT&T 4G LTE networks while the VL uses Verizon 4G LTE networks. This is great as it allows users to choose this phone no matter if they have CDMA or GSM coverage in their area. (For those who might not know, Tracfone contracts with Verizon for their CDMA network, and AT&T for GSM.)
The L43 and 44 appear to be the Tracfone versions of the LG K4, which is a newer phone only just released in January 2016 and comes with a 4.5″ screen, Android 5.1.1, 5 MP camera and quad-core processor among other features. This appears to be very similar to the LG Sunset, but maybe a little newer.
LG Treasure (LG K7) – LG L51AL/ LG L52VL
The LG L51AL and L52VL upgraded versions of the two LG phones above, and appear to be the Tracfone version of the LG K7.
It looks like Tracfone will be releasing a whole lineup of LG phones – the K4, K7 and K10 (below) which will provide some really great options for consumers.
As with the K4 above, the LG K7 (L51/L52) was released at the beginning of 2016 and sports some nice features like a 5.0″ screen and Android 5.1.1. Further details are a little murky, as there are at least two versions of this phone and we’re not sure which version Tracfone will use.
LG Premier (LG K10) – LG L61AL/ LG L62VL
Now these new LG phones really start to get interesting. The LG Premier (Tracfone version of the K10) comes with a 5.3″ touchscreen, Android 5.1.1, and an 8 MP camera.
It looks like the Premier will also have 16 GB internal memory, a quad-core processor and 1 GB RAM, although we’re not sure if the Tracfone version will be exactly the same.
The LG Premier looks like it will make for a really nice upgrade from older Android devices, while hopefully coming in at a price below $200, and maybe even closer to $150.
LG Stylo 2 – LG L81L/ LG L82L
The last phone we’re going to look at in this post is the LG L81 and L82, which appear to be the LG Stylo 2.
This phone will have a 5.7″ touchscreen display, Android 5.1.1 (or perhaps newer), 8 GB internal memory and 1 GB RAM. There is not a lot of additional information available on the Stylo 2, or what the Tracfone version will offer, but it looks like it will be a fairly powerful but still budget friendly device. We expect it to retail somewhere around $200.
This phone offers a good blend of great features, while still keeping the cost somewhat reasonable and we are excited to see what it will have to offer. You can view the tutorials on the Tracfone website, but, as with some of the other phones above, we’re not sure how accurate they are, and some of the information might just be placeholders.