LG Star, the unannounced Tegra 2-based smartphone first spotted a couple of weeks ago, has appeared once again, this time showing off its UI.
The new photos confirm that the handset features HMDI-out, an 8MP camera with LED flash, and SIM card support – thus it’s a GSM device.
The Star has been benchmarked against other high-end Android phones (HTC Evo 4G, Motorola Droid X, Google Nexus One), and the results are quite impressive (check out the third photo below).
Since the LG Star P990 should hit the market in early 2011, it will most likely be launched with Android Gingerbread, not with Froyo. Details on where and for what price it will be available are not known at the moment.
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