LG Optimus LTE2 with 2GB RAM announced; releasing by mid-May in Korea
While Samsung was busy announcing the new Galaxy S III Android Smartphone with Quad-core processor, LG didn’t want to stay back and see the all the crowd running behind it. So LG has announced its own flagship Android device with 2GB of RAM. The new Smartphone is Optimus LTE2.
Interestingly, the Smartphone outdoes the Samsung’s offering in some aspects of features. design-wise the LG has used a bit glass and metals while Galaxy S III is fully packed in a plastic body. The design is really something befitting of a flagship devices. The Smartphone features display that LG calls TrueHD IPS display and expected to be a 720p display with a standard RGB subpixel layout. Unfortunately LG hasn’t revealed what processor the Optimus LTE2 is powered by but features of the device suggest a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4.
One of the main feature highlighted by LG is 2GB RAM of the LTE2 and you can certainly expect a better performance while multitasking even though it couldn’t make an incredible difference . The Smartphone also features wireless induction charging, and LTE connectivity and a camera can be operated your voice command as in the Galaxy S III. The LG Optimus 4G LTE will come with pretty big 2,150mAh battery and will be running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.
The new LG Optimus LTE2 is expected to be released in Korea by the mid of May and LG will be announcing the intentional availability soon with other specification.