- February 1st, 2012
- Carly Page
LG will reportedly launch the world’s first triple SIM mobile, the LG A920, in Russia.
As you’re probably aware, dual SIM mobiles – although not prevalent in the UK – are massively popular devices worldwide, enabling people to use more than one SIM card at a time. LG looks set to take things further with the mooted A920, however, which will reportedly be capable of holding 3 separate SIM cards.
Ideal for people who carry multiple handsets, the LG A920 will enable users to switch between the trio of SIMs, so you can have one for business, one for personal and maybe one for your bit on the side. However, LG is yet to confirm whether all three SIM cards will be concurrently active.
Besides its multi-SIM functionality, the LG A920 is your standard candy bar mobile phone. You’ll find a 2.2-inch 276 x 220 colour screen and a traditional alphanumeric keypad within the phone’s 12.95mm frame, alongside a 1.3 megapixel rear-facing camera, a flash light, 2G connectivity and a 1500mAh battery.
The LG A290 is expected to arrive in Russia by late February for €75 (around £62) SIM free,, although it’s unlikely to see a release here in the UK. Still, here at DialToSave you can make cheap calls to Russia, so you can chat to your pals on one of their multiple SIM cards.