LG have really been stepping up their game lately in terms of hardware and software for their Android smartphones. First they launched the highly impressive and capable Optimus G, and then followed it up with the LG Nexus 4 in partnership with Google. Today we're learning their Optimus G is more than just a powerful smartphone, it's also eco-friendly.
LG is puffing out its chest today with the announcement that its Optimus L smartphones have passed 10 million units in sales. The devices included in the Optimus L series are the Optimus L3, Optimus L5, Optimus L7 and the more recent Optimus L9. Screen sizes for the device range from 3.2 inches to 4.7 inches, so LG is hitting all different segments of the market.
LG Facebook page, the first to get the update will be the Optimus 2X.
Optimus LTE to spec junkies the world over, and those living in the great white north can get a crack at it on Bell soon. In Canada the phone will be known as the LG Optimus Eye, paying homage to its 8 megapixel/1080p rear camera. That's not what will be turning the eye of Canadian consumers, however.
LG Optimus Slider, a mid-range QWERTY Android phone. Online customers can order the phone for $199.99 on a pay-as-you-go plan starting on October 16th. Best Buy and Radio Shack will have the phone on October 31st, with Target following on November 6th.
LG G2x, the LG G-Slate, and the Optimus 3D (aka the Thrill 4G), you'd think LG was the king of dual core. Here they prove their willingness to go strange with what may well be the device that makes their NVIDIA Tegra 2 to Qualcomm dual-core processor ratio go from 2-to-1 to 3-to-1 in an instant. Are you looking to bypass the other dual-core QWERTY slider on the block, the Droid 3? Here you go - LG Optimus Note!