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Above the screen is where you'll find the front camera, sensors, earpiece and notification LED. The chin gets only LG branding, with the Android keys appearing as software overlays on the display. The micro-USB port and primary microphone are located on the bottom edge for both devices, while the 3.5mm headphone jack and secondary microphone are located at the top. The primary camera and LED flash are situated next to the aforementioned rear buttons. A tiny window-shaped loudspeaker is located at the bottom.
Coming to the photography features, the LG Magna features an 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera. The LG Spirit on the other hand, will be available with either an 8MP or 5MP primary camera depending on the region, while the front camera gets a lowly 1MP resolution. Both the phones feature something called Front Camera Light, which basically shrinks the preview on the screen and surrounds it with a thick white frame to provide additional lighting for your face. It's an interesting feature and works quite well to provide extra light, while eliminating the ghostly faces that front-facing LEDs tend to result in.
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