A few months after it launched the Optimus 2X in Australia, LG is now ready to release the Optimus Black there, too.
Unlike the 2X, the Optimus Black doesn’t have a dual-core processor – just a single core 1GHz one. However, it’s still a smartphone that mustn’t be overlooked, especially if we’re thinking about its super-bright 4 inch WVGA Nova display.
Gizmodo Australia has it that the Optimus Black will be available via Vodafone and Optus this month, on a variety of plans. Starting July, Telstra should also offer the handset.
The LG Optimus Black currently runs Android 2.2 Froyo, but an upgrade to Android 2.3 Gingerbread will be rolled-out later this year.
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