Tuesday, 27 November 2012 23:07

LG bringing their own full HD smartphone to the market

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According to Korean newspapers, LG is preparing the successor of its smartphone the Optimus G. A new device that will compete with Samsung's Galaxy S IV should be launched in about 6 months. It is not yet known what name it will carry, but we will call it the Optimus G2 for now since the G one is their top model. The new device should be a high end smartphone with some impressive features.

The Optimus G2, according to sources close to LG, should have a 5-inch screen with full HD resolution. The screen will have a density of 440 ppi which is apparently standard for next year's smartphones in the highest class. The G2 should also have a 2-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Prime quad-core and support for LTE networks. The new device should appear in May next year.

So far there's HTC's 5-inch smartphone with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and it is mentioned that Samsung is beginning production of screens that will be used in the new line of their Galaxy S smartphones. There are also rumors about other manufacturers like Nokia and ZTE regarding the new 5-inch full HD smartphones so we can say that next year that will certainly become the standard smartphone resolution.

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