LG Unveils Optimus G, coming to Korea Next Month with Quad-Core S4 Pro, 2GB RAM, 13MP Camera

LG Optimus G

Finally, LG has officially announced its next flagship phone, the LG Optimus G and its launching details, for which LG released a teaser video and some impressive details in past couple of days. We already knew it was coming and its specs are also very mind-blowing. The LG Optimus G is set to hit the Korean markets next month, followed by a global release. This monster is also expected to be available to purchase in Japan in either October or November over NTT DoCoMo’s network.

The powerful portion of the spec sheet of the LG Optimus G handset is its inclusion of the S4 Pro quad-core processor armed with an Adreno 320 GPU. Here is the list of the features of the gorgeous and powerful Optimus G:

# 4.7-inch 720p True HD IPS display with pixel density of 320ppi
# Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
# Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor clocked with 1.5GHz quad-core CPUs.
# 13MP rear-facing camera to record 1080p HD videos, 1.3MP front-facer
# A super slim 8.45mm thickness
# 2100mAh battery

The NTT DoCoMo Japanese version of the LG Optimus G will have a slightly different design and Palette UI customizations and it will be available in candy red and black shell editions with a few extra features including an infrared transmitter, waterproofing, osaifu-keitai mobile wallet, and OneSeg and Nottv mobile television services. You can easily spot the differences both on front and back sides of the Japanese and the original versions.

LG builds “world’s first fully integrated touch technology” for the Optimis G, which lets the device to reduce the air gap between the display and the glass layers, as well as the size of the bezel, which “disappears” when the phone’s display is switched off.  We haven’t heard any pricing or U.S. availability at this time. We will keep you up to date as long as we receive more official details or any further leaks

LG Optimus G for NTT DoCoMo

NTT DoCoMo’s LG Optimus G for Japan

Source: LG Newsroom

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