White LG Optimus 4X HD spotted in the wild, compared to HTC One X

April 19, 2012

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In what very well could be LG's new flagship phone, the Optimus 4X HD you get an impressive 4.7" display and a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. We've covered it plenty and even have hands-on coverage below but today its been spotted out in the wild, and dressed in white. Not only that but the leak from ePrice also compares it to the new HTC One X, also a white Tegra 3 powered smartphone.

With all the recent talk of the HTC One series, and the leaks for the Galaxy S III we've almost forgot about the 4X but this is a great refresh. The leaks show once again how impressive and thin the Optimus 4X HD will be once it's available. ePrice has multiple photos of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone in white and out in the wild so check them out.

As a reminder, the LG Optimus 4X HD could potentially be a direct competitor to new HTC flagship One X. They both have 4.7" screens, both powered by the impressive NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz, coming with 1GB of RAM, and they both have 8 megapixel cameras on back too. With the One X already available, and hitting AT&T early next month LG better hurry to the market. We've heard reports of a May release, but nothing has been confirmed.

The Optimus 4X HD is pretty impressive and looks very sleek. They've made a few small changes to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but for the most part it looks like the Tegra 3 and all those NVIDIA TegraZone games will have to help carry the LG phone. Do you like it in white? Or would you rather just have black?

[via Unwired View]

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  • If it’s made by LG, you know you don’t want it.

    •  lol brutal

      •  I’m one of the unfortunate souls who has a G2X.

      • Gnat

        Yep, after a year I am ditching it for the One S next week.

  • Android is the best?

  • An Observer


    With a Huawei or Fujitsu label on it.

  • KC

    Unsure if it has NFC or not!  What about the battery – is it removable?  Expansion micro SD slot?  If none of these are available, forget it.  Anyway, it does look like an iPhoney,,,

    • the battery is removable and u can put in a bigger sd card