LG is obviously very keen to show off its latest smartphones. In fact, it is so keen, it has announced a clutch of them a couple of weeks ahead of the MWC trade show.Of course, we'll have to wait until then to get a hands-on, but in the meantime, we have the first details of what LG hopes we will go wild for over the summer of 2013. That will be the Optimus L Series II, which consists of three smartphones of differing sizes.Specifically, we're stalking a 3.2-inch L3II, a 4-inch L5II and a 4.3-inch L7II. LG's selling points for the new range include (in LG's words) a 'seamless layout', 'laser cut contour', 'radiant rear design' and 'smart LED lighting'. All good selling points for the fashionistas out there.Details of the inner workings are so far (officially) confined to the first of those phones to market, the L7II. According to LG, that will come with a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225 CPU, up to 4GB internal storage, 768MB RAM and a microSD slot, align with WVGA IPS screen, 8-megapixel camera and a VGA networking camera. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be the operating system.It will hit the shelves as early as this week, but initially only in Russia. A gradual rollout will follow. As we said earlier, we should get a hands-on with all the phones at the MWC event, which should give us a better idea of whether any of these are contenders.Look out for that at the end of the month.