Last week saw the beginning of rumors about a new quad-core beast of a phone by LG, the Optimus G. Fast-forward to today and confirmation has finally landed. The Optimus G is expected to first get shown off at IFA, though LG officially announced it via a press conference.
The Optimus G weighs in at just 145 grams and is 8.455mm thick, but the true claim to fame is the impressive specs onboard. This includes a 1280×768 resolution 4.7-inch diagonal display, a quad-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 PRO APQ8064 CPU, the new Adreno 320 GPU, and a massive 2GB of RAM.
Other goodies on the Optimus G include a 2100mAh battery, 13MP back camera, 1.3MP front, Android 4.0 ICS, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC DLNA, WIFI and 4G LTE.
Unfortunately, Jelly Bean doesn’t seem to be on the table for now, but otherwise the specs on this phone are rather impressive.
The Optimus G is expected to hit Korea next month, Japan shortly after and it is believed that European and U.S. Markets will likely see the device in the next few months as well- though no specific date has been revealed.
What do you think of the Optimus G so far? It certainly looks to be the most impressive handset from LG so far.
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