With its G Flex2 on the way to store shelves and its G4 flagship still under wraps, LG took time at MWC to unveil a series of new midrange phones. The Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy all follow LG's general design language, with squared-off bodies, plastic materials made to look like metal and volume buttons on the back (except for the Joy, which is the lowest-end of the bunch and sports a more mundane style).
The phones get smaller and less fully featured as you move down the line: The Magna boasts a 5-in. HD display along with an 8-megapixel main camera, for instance, while the Joy has a 4-in. WVGA display and a 5-megapixel camera. All the devices run LG's custom user interface, meanwhile, atop Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.
No word yet on how much the models will cost or when they might make their way to U.S. carriers.