We initially heard about a new, very highly specified, smartphone that LG was developing way back in February when Nokia and LG were revealing their plans for augmented reality apps. The new LG design, the LU2300 was mentioned in the same breath and snuck in under the radar, as it where.
Now, just as the company has revealed more information on its new Mini phone, there are more details on offer for the LU2300 design. For example, it is to be powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU and will be controlled via a 3.5in AMOLED display packing in 800 x 480 pixels as well as a QWERTY keyboard with four rows of keys. Other features include Wi-Fi, GPS, DMB tuner, a 5-megapixel camera and a HD video capability supporting DivX and 720p HD, according to the Android Guys website.
Due for a late April or early May release, the phone is due to first appear in Korea. There is still speculation as it its movements after that. We’ll keep you informed.
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