When LG announced the quad-core Optimus 4X HD at MWC 2012 in Barcelona, the company said that an LTE version of it would also be introduced at some point.
This new version might be the LG D1L (this is just a codename, so the final moniker should be different).
According to Korean website DDaily, the D1L will become available in late May. Like the Optimus 4X HD, the new handset should feature a 4.7 inch HD display. However, it won’t have a quad-core Nvidia processor, but a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 one. Plus, of course, LTE connectivity.
(this is the Optimus 4X HD; it remains to be seen if the D1L looks similar)
The Korean website notes that the D1L will be LG’s response to Samsung’s Galaxy S III (also expected to be introduced soon). The publication also says the handset will be LG’s first to ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But this might not be true, since the Optimus L7 is expected to debut in May, too.
Via The Verge
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