Just one day after Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S III flagship smartphone, LG has announced a new high-end handset, too: the Optimus LTE 2.
Announced in South Korea, the LG Optimus LTE 2 is the country’s first smartphone to feature 2GB of RAM. Sadly, LG didn’t unveil all the specs of the device. But we know it comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, wireless charging, and a large 2,150 mAh battery. The screen size and resolution, or the processor inside are a mystery for now.
The Optimus LTE 2 looks a lot like the Optimus L7 (which should be already available in select European and Asian markets).
According to LG, the Optimus LTE 2 will be launched in South Korea this month, via the country’s three major mobile carriers. There’s no word if the handset will make it to other markets, or if this is the rumored D1L.
Via Press release
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