LG L39C Optimus Dynamic II, a much anticipated new Android phone for TracFone, just launched in the Ebay store of highly rated seller ShopCellDeals.
The Dynamic II is an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean phone with a 3.8 inch HVGA screen and a 3 MP camera. That makes it TracFone's second Jelly Bean phone after the ZTE Valet as well as the Android TracFone with the largest screen.
There's a bit of buzz around the L39C because LG has been responsible for some of the best entry-level Android phones including the Optimus One, Optinus Elite and F3. The original Optimus Dynamic L38C for TracFone, while not a bad phone, was hampered by a tiny low res QVGA screen, very little internal storage and the fact that it was running three year old Gingerbread version of Android
Details about the LG Dynamic II are scarce but I've been able to pull together these specs from a combination of official and unofficial sources
OS: Android 4.1
Screen: 3.8" 320x480px
CPU: 1 Ghz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, 4 GB SD card included
Camera: 3 MP fixed focus, no flash
Sensors; proximity, GPS
Connectivity: 850/1900 Mhz CDMA/EV-DO, WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 EDR
Battery: removable, 1700 mAh , up to 11 days standby an 8 hours talk time
Dimensions: 4.43 x 2.55 x 0.47 inches
Weight 4.43 oz
ShopCellDeals is selling the Dynamic II for $129.99 with 600 minutes/texts/MB or $100.99 without airtime. I believe it will use the Verizon network like TracFone's other Android phones.
The L39C's interactive tutorial and user manual (download PDF) (view online) are available on the Tracfone site.
Sources: TracFone, Ebay, TurkForums