The LG Optimus series of smartphones seems to grow and grow with the rumour of a new LG Optimus G2 and a leak, only this week, concerning the forthcoming LG Optimus Pro. LG are currently “wetting the appetites” of consumers with regard to the Optimus G with the release of a lengthy promo for the LG Optimus G.
LG has exposed the style of its future 5.5-inch smart cellphone, the Optimus G Pro.
The Japanese organization has published an picture of the smart cellphone, which functions a curvedglass display, on its Facebook or myspace web page.
The system will function a quad-core processer and a complete HD (1080p) show. It will also be available in grayscale.
The Optimus G Professionals actual launch time frame and costs have not yet been exposed, but LG says it desires the cellphone to be available in Feb. We’re expecting to get a better look at the product at the future Cellular Globe The legislature, which will take position in Spain’s capital from Feb. 25 to 28.
The new information re-itterated the Optimus G’s specification which includes a 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board memory. The smartphone has a 4.7 inch IPSPlus display running at a resolution of 1280*768 pixels and a 13 mega-pixel snapper.
The Optimus G runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and comes with support for 4G LTE, although at this time we’re not sure whether it’ll launch in the UK on EE’s network. However, what we do know is it’ll launch globally in October and as soon as 3G hears anymore about the UK availability of Optimus G you’ll be the first to know.
LG have included a new unique User-Experience (UX) which is driven by the power-packed new hardware.
The main new feature is the addition of “Cross-Tasking” which is a step-up from multi-tasking and enables users to undertake two tasks simultaneously. This works using the new Q-Slide feature which enables users to view and interact with two different screens simultaneously.
The Optimus G also has a whole host of other new features including “Live Zooming” which makes it possible to zoom up to five times on videos you’ve recorded when you play them back. “Dual Screen Dual Play ” enables the Optimus G to output two different screens on your TV and smartphone wirelessly, while a whole host of other innovations are also included including “QuickMemo” support.
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