Formerly codenamed the LG LU6200, the LG Optimus LTE finally has some sneakshots. This will be the first dual-core LG device to hit the LTE airwaves - the carrier is still a mystery. Previous LG devices can't compare to the specs of this new superphone; with the 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8660 Snapdragon processor lag/hangups should be a thing of the past.
Similar to the US Galaxy S II, the battery has been amped up to 1830mAh to help your device last the entire day. The Optimus LTE will sport the world's first AH-IPS LCD display at 4.5" with a 1280x720 resolution. There hasn't been enough solid competition against Samsung's Super AMOLED Plus displays to date, but the AH-IPS LCD is sure to be a contender.
Most unique to the Optimus LTE is the exterior-rear casing. It looks to be a diamond-backed pattern that's smooth to the touch. Whether or not this will be the same to ship out to the US is still unclear. As for software goes, Street Fighter IV will be available exclusively for the Optimus LTE for 3 months.
[via daum (Korea)]