Not long ago, we’ve informed you that LG may introduce the Optimus 2X in Australia sometime in March or April.
Now a company official has confirmed that all three new LG Android smartphones showcased at MWC 2011 would be available to Australian customers in Q2, or early Q3.
All three new Optimus handsets run Android 2.2 (upgradeable to 2.3 Gingerbread), and each of them represents a first for the smartphone industry: the Optimus 2X is the first with a dual-core Nvidia Tegra chipset, the Optimus 3D is the first with a glasses-free 3D screen, and the Optimus Black is the first with a Nova Display.
As for LG’s first Android tablet, the Optimus Pad, LG said that “there is no news on when” it would launch it in Australia.
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