LG has unveiled a new smartphone called the Optimus LTE 2 in South Korea the very day Samsung announced the Galaxy S3 in London.
The device appears to have a near-5in screen size and will feature what the company calls True HD IPS display, almost certainly with a 1,280 x 720 pixels resolution.
It will also come with 2GB RAM, wireless charging capabilities using WPC-backed technology, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a 2150mAh battery that LG says will increase battery life by up to 40 per cent plus a camera that can take five pictures per second and according to the Google translation, can be voice controlled.
The Optimus LTE2 will be available on at least three mobile phone operators in Korea within the next few weeks and LG hasn’t confirmed whether or not it will sell the phone in other territories.
The other missing specs include the CPU used which we believe would be a quad core Nvidia Tegra 3, the amount of onboard storage and the amount of pixels on the camera. The only thing we’re sure of at this stage is that it is not 3D.
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