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).
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
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