Android-based LG LU2300 now known as Optimus Q

Officially announced in South Korea last month, the LG LU2300 will be commercialized as LG Optimus Q – and it should be available starting the end of May, via LG Telecom (South Korea’s third largest mobile carrier).

The LU2300 is LG’s second Android handset to be named Optimus, after the GT540, and it looks like there will be a whole series of Optimus phones, most probably all running Android.

Unlike the Optimus GT540 (which is a mid-end phone), the Optimus Q LU2300 is a high-end device with Android 2.1, full QWERTY keyboard, WVGA AMOLED touchscreen display, 5MP camera, and 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

The LG LU2300 Optimus Q will only be available in South Korea. However, a heavily modified version of it – the LG Ally – should be out in the US via Verizon starting May 20.

Via LG Korea

Author: Florin

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