PocketNow reports that the LG X3, rumored to be the South Korean manufacturer's new flagship when it appears at Mobile World Congress, will be rechristened the LG Optimus 4X HD. Why 4X? Who knows. Changes from a codename to a more generic name for actual release aren't uncommon, and our American readers should remember that LG tends to bow to carriers when it comes to US branding - see the Optimus LTE and its Nitro HD and Spectrum names on AT&T and Verizon, respectively.
Tagged: MWC 2012
ARROWS phone bound for Japan. But the company is also planning a return to the world smartphone market with a debut at Mobile World Congress this month, and if you believe Unwired View, they won't be coming empty handed. Reportedly the company spoke of a monster phone with Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 SoC, a 4.6-inch display and a whopping 13.1-megapixel rear camera.
Medfield for those unfamiliar. New details confirmed that both Lenovo and Motorola are launch partners, and we can we can expect to see plenty next week in Barcelona, Spain.
Hi-Tech Mail, you can see fleeting glances of the 10-inch tablet and its slinky metal frame. There's little concrete information on the hardware itself, but like Huawei's other recent machines it'll be thin and run Ice Cream Sandwich.
as expected, taken the wraps off a further range of new smartphones ahead of MWC 2012, the LG L Series, consisting of three devices spanning hardware capabilities and price points. At the top sites the 4.3-inch LG Optimus L7, running Ice Cream Sandwich on an unspecified processor, and using the same blunt-edged style as LG previously showed on the PRADA Phone 3.0.
LG Optimus Vu -- the 5" oddly shaped smartphone to rival the Galaxy Note. Then the Optimus LTE Tag NFC capable phone to follow. If you've been following them on Facebook they have a weird campaign going on that is aLL about the L's. Saying tomorrow they'LL teLL us what it's aLL about.
TechOrz.com got their hands on some leaked press shots prior to Huawei's conference. The renders show a typical high-end Android phone that's clearly of the large screen variety - probably with a 4.3-inch or larger display. The device's red-on-black color scheme is reminiscent of the HTC Rezound, though the shape looks more like a Galaxy-class smartphone.
first high-end Android phone to debut outside of Japan. They're playing it close to the chest when it comes to specifications, but we do know the phone will be semi-ruggedized, and features a qHD display and NFC capability. Like some of Samsung's late tablets, it'll work as a remote control for Panasonic's TV line.