LG hasn’t been a big player in the Android market outside of some decent starter phones, however, we do know that this will be changing as we enter 2011 with plans of a few powerful releases from the company. With one of their first truly powerful phones, the LG3000 has just been announced and will be a Korea only device, for now.

The LU3000 boasts a 3.8-inch IPS display that can deliver a WVGA (800 x 480) resolution, 5-megapixel camera with flash that can capture 1080p video, and a HDMI port all running on Android 2.2. The phone is extremely fast, shipping with an OMAP 3630 1GHz Processor it is being advertised as much faster than both the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S.

We do not know if LG plans to make this device, or a similar one, available outside of Korea. However, we do know that LG definitely has plans to enter the US market with some truly powerful phones, one such example is the LG Star that will be coming to the US next year.

You can check out the speed demos of the device where it clearly beats both the iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S below:



[Via Softpedia]


  1. I love how the Galaxy S is turned down to minimum brightness :/ My Galaxy S is a lot faster than that w/o any lagfixes or tweaks. My guess is that they preloaded apps to use up ram, and slow the phone down.
    With a Lagfix, the Galaxy S will probably be the fastest out of the 3, but not by much. I’m no fanboy of the Galaxy S as I like the iPhone aswel; the LU3000 definetely looks nice but I doubt these tests are accurate – especially the YouTube one!

  2. Dude! My Galaxy S is way faster than that one. What Happens with the Galaxy S is, there is too many applications running in the background including the GPS looking for signal. The LG could be fast, but the Galaxy S is not that slow.


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