It seems the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy S III handset has already got its competitor. LG has introduced the world’s first handset, LG Optimus LTE2 to include 2GB RAM. The successor of the yesteryear’s LG Optimus LTE handset is having all the beefy specs under the hood, packing a bit of glass and metal.
LG Optimus LTE2 handset comes with LG’s own True HD IPS display, which has got a standard RGB sub-pixel layout, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS with LG Optimus UI sits on top of it, 2150mAh battery to 40% extra battery life, wireless charging capability, support for 4G LTE connectivity, LG Tag+. LG hasn’t mentioned about the processor capacity of this device. What do you think? Snapdragon S4 or Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core?
LG Optimus LTE2 handset will be available to purchase in mid-May through SK Telecom (SKT), Korea Telecom (KT), LG U+ wireless carriers, while there is no word price tag of the handset.
Source: LG Korea Press Release